Ontario’s fastest growing demographic are those workers aged 50, the same demographic that is necessary for Ontario’s economic well-being.
Benefit from gaining new knowledge about job search resources, tools and options to increase your economic opportunities
- Look to see how your skills can transfer into a new career or
- How to start a small business
When: Monday June 19th, Thursday June 22nd and and Thursday June 26th, 2017
Time: 9am – 3pm (lunch will be provided)
Were: 1371 Neilson Road, Suite 113
On-Track Career & Employment Services
Call 416-283-5229 to register – space is limited
These workshops are provided by On-Track Career & Employment Services.
On-Track Career & Employment Services is funded by Employment Ontario and is equipped to help job seekers find and sustain employment. Through our employment and training network, we will help build your career. We are your one-stop source for information about jobs, job search skills, training, education, and other services.
To create programs and services where all unemployed or underemployed members of the community can reach sustainable employment. We pledge to fulfill our commitment in delivering a customer centric program which will serve as a bridge for clients to find fulfillment through employment and education.
Facilitating sustainable employment opportunities for marginalized populations in a safe, confidential and non-judgmental environment.