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Canadian Hearing Society

Job-related counselling, help with interviews, interpreters, job accommodations and supports (TTYs and other communication devices)

(416) 928 2504

Career Horizons

4-week pre-employment program for youth living in shelters, transitional housing, and other unstable conditions. Provide support in obtaining skills and training, furthering their education, and/or finding apprenticeship, volunteer, and employment opportunities.

(416) 781 9898

Evergreen

Volunteer program: help on the ground, behind the scenes, in the office, in the field and with the community; conduct research, deliver programs, plant trees, take photos and provide leadership

(416) 596-1495

JVS Jewish Vocational Services

Connects youth ages of 16-29 who are out of school and out of work through employment, school and/or training

(416) 636-2481

Operation Springboard

Provides pre-employment supports and job development for youth aged 16 and up, pre-employment supports for those on Ontario Works, and Summer Job development (and subsidies) for students (aged 15 – 30) who are returning to school in the fall.

(416) 849-4421

St. Christopher House Toronto Youth Job Corps

Connecting youth (16-29 who are out of school and unemployed) to the workplace through employment, school, and/or training

(416) 848-7980 ext. 228

VPI Employment Services

Resume assistance, interview coaching, job marketing, help with employment related communications, group seminars, access to resources and technology

(416) 784-9544 or 1-888-336-9500

YES – Youth Employment Services

Provides employment counseling, training & job placement services for youth and adults; also Offers business skills training to youth who want to start their own business

(416) 504-5516