Employment Services

Are You Thinking About Starting a Small Business for Yourself?
(instead of looking for regular employment?)

Contact Community Futures.
And you are here !
We are here to help.
Visit http://cfdcck.on.ca/CMS/?page_id=20

To Learn Online
An online learning website where students can take courses that are self-paced and 100% online. These courses are completely self-contained: there are no reports to send in, no blogs, no waiting for responses.
‘To Learn Online’ is operated by the Ontario Association of Community Futures Development Corporations (OACFDC) with development support from FedNor and Industry Canada.
‘To Learn Online’ works in cooperation with professional associations, post secondary institutions and top quality curriculum-providers to acquire course material. All course material is directed towards small and medium business owners, or those concerned with community economic development.
Visit http://www.tolearnonline.ca/what-is-to-learn-online

St. Clair College Employment Centre
Looking for a job? St. Clair College Employment Centre can help by providing personalized job search assistance, connections to local employers, resume help and techniques for an effective job search, information about different careers and occupations, local labour market information and resources, employment and training opportunities, information about all Employment Ontario programs and services, and advice about and referral to other community services and support.
Visit http://www.stclairemploymentcentre.com

Employment Resource Centre
The advisors at the Chatham-Kent Resource Centres can help with resumes, cover letters, interview skills, job search techniques and more! Both Employment Resource Centre locations (in Chatham and in Wallaceburg) offer job search resources, leads, and information on area employers; free use of computers with high-speed internet, printers, copiers, scanners, and fax machines; help with resumes, cover letters, online applications, and interview strategies; assistance in finding employment, networking, and education programs; resources for career exploration, and training opportunities, guidance sourcing labour market information; and business start -up information, and employer/employee legislation information.
Visit http://www.chatham-kent.ca/erc

Goodwill Career Centre
The Goodwill Career Centre is a free access job seeker resource and information centre provided for the purposes of seeking employment. The Goodwill Career Centre offers: access to technology, use of printed reference material, a variety of workshops (including resume and cover letter writing, interview techniques, networking, career exploration, finding success in the workplace, workplace orientation and safety, experienced worker, and Job Finding Club networking and learning activities), and personal assistance to help guide you down your path to success.
Visit http://www.goodwillekl.com

Community Job Board (Chatham-Kent)
Provides a full listing of current full-time and part-time employment opportunities available from a variety of employers within the Municipality of Chatham-Kent.
Visit http://www.chatham-kent.ca/Jobs/CommunityJobs/Pages/JobList.aspx

Contact North Online Learing
Get your degree, diploma or certificate, or upgrade your skills online, from Ontario’s colleges, universities, school boards and literacy and basic skills and training providers.
Visit https://studyonline.ca/

Municipality of Chatham-Kent Community Calendar
Provides a listing of current events within the Municipality of Chatham-Kent.
Visit https://www.chatham-kent.ca/calendar/

Your Career Starts Here – Job Bank (Canada)
This Government of Canada website provides job postings in Canada.
Visit https://www.jobbank.gc.ca/home-eng.do?lang=eng

How Do I Get a Job?
Researching your occupation will help you learn about job opportunities and find the one that is right for you. Look at yourself in a new way through the Explore Careers section. This Government of Canada website provides you with helpful information on how to search for a job, how to apply for a job, and how to prepare for an interview. Information on Programs and Services, and Job Market Trends, is also provided for your use.
Visit https://www.jobbank.gc.ca/content_pieces-eng.do?cid=7143

Service Canada
Service Canada provides Canadians with a single point of access to a wide range of government services and benefits. Service Canada is committed to improving services for Canadians by working with partners to provide access to the full range of government services and benefits that Canadians want and need, through the Internet, by telephone, in person or by mail.
Visit https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/corporate/portfolio/service-canada.html

Get Help Finding a Youth or Student Job
If you’re a young person or student looking for a job, you can get help through these Ontario programs – regardless of your background or circumstances.
Visit https://www.ontario.ca/page/get-help-finding-youth-or-student-job

Employment Ontario
Employment Ontario can help you get training, build skills or find a job. Employment Ontario connects people looking for work with employers looking for workers.
Visit https://www.ontario.ca/page/employment-ontario

Ontario Works
Employment and Social Services offers employment support for all Ontario Works clients who are ready to refresh their skills and return to the workforce. Ontario Works Case Managers will work with you to help you prepare for and find work by providing support, advice, and links to education and community programs.
Visit https://www.chatham-kent.ca/IncomeandEmploymentSupport/Pages/Home

St. Clair College Student Services
The St. Clair College Student Services provides assistance to St. Clair College Students seeking employment. Resources and information are available on employment-related topics including resumes and cover letters, job applications, interview skills, and job search techniques. Workshops and resume clinics are scheduled throughout the academic year to provide students with the techniques needed to successfully market job skills in today’s competitive labour market.
Visit http://www.stclaircollege.ca/studservices/careerservices

Ontario Disability Support Program
The Ontario Disability Support Program offers Income support and Employment supports. The Employment supports include services and supports to help clients with disabilities find and keep a job, and advance their careers.
Visit http://www.mcss.gov.on.ca/en/mcss/programs/social/odsp

How To Write a Resume
This website has help and samples for cover letter writing, and resume writing, tools to find a job and interview tips and tools.