Employment Access Centres

Looking for work? We can help.

Our Employment Access Centres are here to help you learn everything you need to have a successful job search! With our Employment Ontario Employment Services, you’ll receive personalized help with your resume, learn effective job searching techniques, and review potential job-matching opportunities. You can even explore subsidized placements or apprenticeship options. Our services are open to all and there is no fee to participate.

Our Services Include:

  • Personalized employment consultation to help identify your goals and guide you through your job search.
  • Assistance in determining licensing, certification and credential assessment pathways.
  • Connection to local employers in your field or related fields, with a possibility of subsidized placements.
  • Help understanding the local labour market, your rights as a worker and Canadian workplace culture.
  • Help building a professional resume and cover letter.
  • Comprehensive job interview preparation.
  • Information on training, apprenticeships, subsidized work placements, community supports and job postings.
  • Free access to computers, photocopier, printer, fax, internet and Wi-Fi.
  • Free workshops available to help you gain the skills you need to find your next job.

Help me find a job!

Free Webinar Workshops

Join us online and learn about the skills you’ll need to find your next job! Our webinar workshops cover a range of topics including resume and cover letter writing, networking tips, and much more.

View and register for workshops through our monthly webinar calendar.

Download the Webinar Calendar (PDF)


Book a FREE appointment with one of our employment specialists

Central Location
150 Isabella Street, Suite 201 


West Location
1642 Merivale Road (Merivale Mall), 2nd floor


Job Search Resources

From identifying opportunities to helping you write effective resumes and prepare for interviews, we’ve got everything you need to find the job that’s right for you! See our job search tools and tips below to get started.

Your resume is your first introduction to a potential employer and is primary tool they use to decide whether to invite candidates for interview. It is your chance to sell yourself, your skills, and what makes you unique to the employer. It is what is going to set you apart from the other applicants.

What tools and resources are you using in your job search? Make sure you're optimizing your chance of finding employment by making the best of each job search opportunity. 

You never get a second chance to make a first impression, so make sure your interview skills are practiced and polished before you get in front of a prospective employer.

Employment Services are funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario.

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