“HIRE ONE” is a partnership between the City of London, LEDC, and Employment Sector Council of London Middlesex, Human Resource Professional London and District, Links 2 Work, and the London Public Library, created to celebrate job growth in London. It allows companies that have hired to share their successful employment activities; allows those who are looking to hire to announce career postings; and provides employment opportunities for individuals looking for a job.
A comprehensive sites describing the events, people and settlements of these United Empire Loyalists. A not-to-be-missed site created by the government of Canada. Grades 4 and up.
A "one-stop shop for youth employment" that includes summer and seasonal jobs as well as a section for youth with disabilities. From the Toronto Catholic District School Board and Service Canada.
Based in Toronto, the Youth Employment Services website offers job search questions and answers as well as résumé and cover letter writing tips and examples.
The Federal Public Sector Youth Internship Program (FPSYIP) offers unemployed or under-employed young Canadians between the ages of 15 and 30 the opportunity to gain work experience through a paid internship.
Paid internship programs for recent graduates of high school, college, or university with little or no relevant work experience. Includes an internship program for graduates with disabilities.
Ten tips to help you get started in finding a summer job. From the Government of Ontario.
This guide from Washington State University offers tips on how to dress for an interview and includes photos of possible clothing choices with comments from recruiters.
Great advice on dressing for an interview from Meeting Tomorrow.
The Federal Student Work Experience Program (FSWEP) offers full-time students the opportunity to gain summer employment experience by working for the Federal Government.