The North York Dufferin Street YMCA Centre helps job seekers find work. We provide resources, employment services and personalized advice to help people assess their skills and experience. Our qualified staff can help you find work or start on the path to skills training. We also help employers hire people with the skills they need.
4580 Dufferin Street, Suite 200 North York, ON M3H 5Y2
Whether you’re looking for a new job or a new career the YMCA can help find the job that is right for you. The YMCA provides resources, employment services, career planning and personalized advice to help people assess their skills and experience. We also help employers hire people with the skills they need.
The YMCA provides a wide range of services to give immigrants all the help and support they need to begin their new lives in Canada.
Join a YMCA to make new friends, learn new skills, access counselling, or a wide-variety of youth programs and services.
Join us for this free event, part of a speaker series in celebration of PRIDE 2017 that explores the theme of creating inclusive spaces for gender and sexual diversity.
Afi's pronouns are they/them. Creating safer spaces with and for the queer and trans community is an integral part of Afi Browne's life. They are a black, Trini settler, queer, gender queer, multi-disciplinary artist and community worker who is committed to anti-oppression and social justice. Afi is most passionate about integrating the arts with their community work as the arts can be used to bring about healing in individuals and communities. They are the founder and program coordinator of Krafty Queers, an award-winning arts and crafts skill share and peer support group for queer and trans people. They also work at Skylark as a Provincial LGBTQ Youth Outreach Worker.
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