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This site does not pull from employer web sites so remember to check those sites for openings. Here is a list of where Findyourjob.ca pulls its postings

Conestoga College Career Centre Programs and Events

Services for job seekers & graduates

The Career Centre at Conestoga is your one stop for personalized support. Services and resources are available at no cost to the job seeker or graduate.

We can help you meet your job goals. Connect with us if you want to receive assistance with:

  • Finding new employment and career opportunities
  • Creating a personal plan
  • Gaining a competitive edge by connecting with Conestoga-affiliated employers
  • Understanding the job opportunities in your local area
  • Launching your career
  • Completing applications to access financial incentives for returning to school 
  • Exploring training options to fit your needs
  • Strengthening your skills with technology and how to make the most of it while looking for work

Services are currently being offered online/virtually. We continue to provide 1:1 support and coaching, as well as workshops. Please let us know if you are experiencing any problems with connecting with us online. 
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Getting the help you need to find and secure employment

Employment Ontario can help you get training, build skills or find a job. Click Find employment and training services, to find organizations to support you in your area. 

Keeping Yourself Safe During the COVID-19 health crisis: Public Health Resources for when you get the job Province of Ontario Guidance Documents for returning to work for employers and employees

Region of Waterloo Public Health Coronavirus Resources for the Workplace provides resources for employers and employees

Public Health Ontario How to Hand-wash

Public Health How to Hand-rub

Wellington Dufferin Guelph Public Health Blog

Resources to assist if unemployed during the COVID-19 health crisis: Federal and provincial resources.

The information at this link https://t.co/m0dXFYIZwk?amp=1 has been compiled and published freely by Dr. Jennifer Robson, Associate Professor of Political Management at Carleton University. Dr. Robson is not affiliated with this website or its publishers. The information is arranged by individual circumstances and provides information and links. It is updated as often as possible.

Virtual job finding events and Industry matching sites

Helpcanadagrow.com is helping connect farming operations with local job seekers who are in need of work. General labour, equipment operators and physical labours are the job categories where farmers need workers to ensure the 2020 crop is saved.

Helplist.ca is a list where those with skills in the tech industry can add their name as being available for hire to the Canadian tech industry. Employers are invited to use the list to fill their tech vacancies.

Ontario.ca/jobs is an Ontario government jobs portal that includes postings in health care and food and agriculture. There are also volunteer opportunities on the site.

Tourism and Hospitality Emergency Response is a multi-partner web site that has been developed to assist tourism workers with supports and potential job and training opportunities.

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