The Richmond Hill Bayview Avenue YMCA Centre (Employment) 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.
10610 Bayview Avenue, Unit 12 Richmond Hill, ON L4C 3N8
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.
Join a YMCA to make new friends, learn new skills, access counselling, or a wide-variety of youth programs and services.
Open to youth up to 29 years of age. No fee to perform.
Register to audition by calling 416.609.9622 x30072 or email RepYourRegion@ymcagta.org
Auditions to be held in Richmond Hill on Thursday, May 11 at 7pm.
Grand finale will take place on June 24th at Vaughan Mills with 3 top prizes:
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.Jega is a Haitian-American multidisciplinary artist based in Toronto's east end with a passion for community building. Jega's work is informed by his identity as a young black, queer man and his family dynamics of being the youngest of five brothers. Jega founded the Carefree Black Boy Project, an organization with the sole purpose of creating spaces for black males to explore themselves without limits, in hopes that more holistic men will create safer communities.
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