Looking for work? Check out our list of local employment services. The employment services provided by Employment Ontario are no-cost programs.

The Career Foundation, Completing the Circle (CTC): Provides an employment placement program for youth under 30 years old. CTC assists young job seekers in their search for meaningful employment by providing them with individual support – understanding their skills, identifying their place in the labour market, and recognizing their potential contributions to employers.

Collège Boréal, Employment Services: Employment Options, Employment Ontario; Second Career; Training for Immigrants.

Employment Hamilton: Job seeker services, EH! Job Board, training, apprenticeship, services for students, Youth Job Link, and more.

Goodwill Career Centre: Features workshop and events calendar, jobs, career centre locations, find work, post a resume, Youth Job Connection information, career exploration, and more.

Magnet: This online job-matching tool is designed to help job seekers be found by employers. With Magnet, you will be sent direct emails with job opportunities that best match your qualifications and interests. Instead of looking for jobs, the jobs find you!  Sign up and create a professional profile today and connect with our growing network of over 13,000 employers. Find the right opportunity today!

March of Dimes Employment Services: Do you have a disability and are looking for work? Every year, March of Dimes Employment Services helps hundreds of people with disabilities achieve greater independence by providing job training and finding them employment.

Mohawk College, Services for Job Seekers: Community employment services for job seekers; Youth Job Connection; Summer employment for youth; Employment Resource Centre; Employment workshops, and more.

PATH Employment Resource Centre: A hub of employment and community information. Members who access the Employment Resource Centre will find FREE access to: Computers with up to date word and data processing software; Internet search engines and job sites; Typing practice software; Career cruising software; Accessibility software; Copier; Telephone; Pamphlets and flyers on community programs. is Ontario’s first online job-board specifically for youth employment. only posts jobs that are intended for high school, college, and university student experience levels.

Service Canada: Programs for Youth and Students; Employment Insurance; Job Bank, and more.

VPI Working Solutions: They facilitate several Employment Ontario programs to help job seekers find work and training opportunities across Ontario. VPI also works directly with employers who are looking to hire. These programs and services are free for job seekers and employers as they are funded by the government of Ontario and, in part, by the Government of Canada. Their site features information on employment services, Youth Job Connection, Youth Job Link, etc.

Wesley Employment Services: Wesley Employment Services offers a range of resources and supports to respond to the employment and career needs of individuals. They can help in preparing job seekers for suitable job training and/or employment opportunities.  A resource centre offers a variety of services to get clients headed in the right direction, including a resource library and free use of computer (with Internet access), fax machine, and printer access. A range of supports are available for job seekers and include; personal financial and training supports.

YMCA of Hamilton/Burlington/Brantford: Find a program, review employment supports for job seekers, information on Youth Job Connection.

YWCA Employment Services: Employment Support Services help low-income, marginalized groups and individuals to overcome barriers to employment. Specialized training, assistance and services are available for women, youth and newcomers.