YMCA employment services will help you find your perfect job
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From identifying opportunities to helping you write effective resumes and prepare for interviews, the YMCA of Greater Toronto’s wide range of employment services will help find the job that’s right for you.
If you are interested in a career in the hospitality industry, the YMCA of Greater Toronto can help. We offer a unique 18-week program for people who receive social assistance. When you join our Hospitality Training Program, you will:
For more information about this program, please contact us at 416-916-1066 ext. 123 or visit us at our Toronto John Street YMCA Centre in Metro Hall.
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Do you need to improve your essential reading, writing, math and computer skills? The Learning Opportunities Program can set you on the path to employment, secondary school credit, post-secondary education, apprenticeships, and much more.
For more information and to register, contact us at (416) 635-9622 ext. 31085, email us at email@example.com, or visit us at our
Toronto Dufferin Street YMCA Centre.
Every year at the YMCA of Greater Toronto, we connect tens of thousands of job seekers to good quality jobs.
Our employment resource centres are open to all. Find one close to you, and call or drop in to check out our job postings and attend one of our workshops. We also offer free WiFi, use of computers for job searching or resume preparation, and photocopying.
If you would like to meet with one of our job consultants, you can book an appointment right now.
To learn more about YMCA Employment programs call 416-928-9622 or 1-800-223-8024 or visit your local YMCA Centre.
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Build the skills you need to look for a job! Our workshops and events are designed to give you the tools and practical advice you need to find employment, including resume and cover letter creation, interview preparation, basic technical literacy skills, networking tips, and much more.
Employment Services are funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario.
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