We are recruiting youth who have a curiosity in skilled trades or those who could simply benefit from gaining basic safety skills. Each session will be 14 hours in lengths and held over a weekend.
Are you an immigrant/newcomer woman on your journey to finding a job? Or wanting to connect with other women from diverse backgrounds?
Next Steps Employment Service team will work directly with participants to assist them with achieving success on their employment journey.
The Office to Advance Women Apprentices Newfoundland and Labrador has a mandate to increase employment opportunities for women in the skilled trades. Identifying these tradeswomen is a critical step in the process. If you’re a tradeswoman or student currently enrolled in a trades training program, get in touch.
Horizons is Easter Seals NL’s work experience program is a 9-month program beginning with 4 weeks of skills training and certifications followed by 1 day weekly workshop.
Non-profit organizations like RDÉE TNL, in partnership with CEN (Community Education Network), have started helping people prepare for online work while encouraging them to stay in their community.
Stella’s Circle and Choices For Youth have official launched the Employment Stability Pilot.
Virtual program begins January 23, 2023
Free online sessions to grow your personal and professional literacy.
he YMCA-NL, led by its Employment, Enterprise, and Newcomer Services area delivers services to individuals including youth, students, entrepreneurs, adults, and newcomers to Canada.
Melanie Wells joined Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work (CCRW) as the facilitator of the virtual employment Program Empower. She comes with a sociology background and is focused on providing trauma and violence informed programming that is accessible to job seekers at all stages of their employment journey.
C.L. Whole You Foundation and MCWONL are collaborating again.
They are offering a FREE IMMIGRATION WORKSHOP for anyone who is interested. It is going to be held on November 18th at 11:00 am. The deadline to register will be November 17th till 4:00 pm.
Y Mind Youth is a FREE seven-week virtual group program based on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Mindfulness, supporting youth 18-30 years old.
Come learn all about healthy relationships in a safe and supportive environment! This workshop will cover the qualities of healthy relationships, types of abuse, boundaries and communication skills. This session will promote peer support through group discussions and activities.
ReLaunch is a 19-week PAID Employment Program for women and gender-diverse folks who are experiencing barriers to employment.
Counselling every Tuesday and Wednesday from 12:00-5:30 pm. Call us at 753-0220 or drop in at 170 Cashin Avenue Ext.
A 19-week employment program for newcomer women and gender-diverse folks (ages 18+) experiencing barriers to employment.
The Ches Penny Centre for Hope provides two employment programs. Each program runs for 12 weeks and includes 9 weeks in the classroom and 3-week job placement.
St. John’s is RECRUITING for cohort 6 starting late November! Youth the Future is a 22-week paid pre-employment training program for youth who self-identify as having a disability and who are experiencing challenges in finding or maintaining employment.
Do you know a young person who want to work in a retail setting, but unsure if it’s a good fit for them?
Join Activate Learning for a series of online workshops designed in collaboration with and for Skilled Trades Professionals.
Are you French-speaking, living in Newfoundland and Labrador, and looking for work?
Our Immigration, Recruitment, and Employability Advisor supports French-speaking newcomers to Newfoundland and Labrador with their integration into the labour market – free of charge!
The John Howard Society helps individuals in applying for a Record Suspension (formerly pardon) through the Parole Board of Canada.
Food on the Move is a pop-up shop that brings affordable grocery options to neighbourhoods throughout St. John’s. The pop-ups create an accessible and welcoming space where people can buy affordable fresh produce and pantry staples and learn about other community events and resources.
Do you remember weighing in on the feasibility study exploring the possibility of establishing a Canadian Career Development Professional Institute? Well, CCDF is thrilled to announce that they have secured funding
Are you new to Canada and part of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community? Are you interested in support and community connections?
Interested in supporting YWCA St. John’s in our mission to see a community where all are safe, supported, and empowered? Consider making a one-time or monthly donation via CanadaHelps.
Are you an adult who struggles with Reading or Math; who lacks organizational and communication skills, or who has low self-esteem because of a learning disability? Does this sound like someone you know? your kid, a friend, your partner?
Choices for Youth (Choices) has a Social Enterprise Hub for people between the ages of 16 and 29. They offer employment and social enterprise programs. They also offer housing and lifestyle development supports to youth in the St. John’s Metro Area.