Hiring Programs

  • "Make It Right" Scholarships

    The Holmes Foundation will award up to twenty scholarships each year - $1,500 each to up to ten male students and $1,500 each to up to ten female students. The students must be entering or enrolled in a residential construction program at a Canadian college.
  • Ontario Internship Program

    Put yourself ahead of the pack by applying for the Ontario Internship Program (OIP). An opportunity to explore your career options while building your skills and portfolio.
  • Opportunities Fund Wage Subsidy Program

    Designed to support any unemployed Canadian who self identifies as having a disability or impairment to becoming employed or re-employed.
  • Rural Economic Development (RED) program

    Assists with the costs of projects that benefit rural Ontario. Grants to business projects to develop economies through the creation of long term jobs, alliances, skill training, new technology and innovation.
  • The Apprenticeship Network

    is a group of like-minded individuals and groups working collaboratively to promote apprenticeship as a first-choice option and to provide apprenticeship information to employers, Youth, and Job seekers in the Elgin, Middlesex and Oxford county region.
  • Newcomers

  • Newcomer Talent Hiring

    Free help for recruiting and hiring employees.
  • Temporary Foreign Workers Program

    (TFWP) enables employers to hire foreign workers on a temporary basis to fill immediate skills and labour shortages, when Canadian citizens and permanent residents are not available to do the job.
  • Mature

  • The Targeted Initiative for Mature Workers

    Will help unemployed older workers increase their ability to find and keep a job while the local economy changes.
  • Why Companies Are Hiring the Older Job Seeker

    Helpful tips for employers looking to hire mature workers.
  • Assisting the Older Job Seeker

    Helpful tips for Service Providers and how they can help mature workers.
  • Students

  • Ontario Ministry of Environment

    Students may be able to gain operational experience through summer jobs or internships at local water and wastewater facilities.
  • The Federal Student Work Experience Program (FSWEP)

    helps match students with federal departments and agencies for temporary jobs by maintaining a national inventory of students seeking employment within the federal public service.
  • Youth

  • Canada Summer Jobs

    Is an initiative of the Summer Work Experience program. It provides funding for not-for-profit organizations, public-sector employers, and small businesses with 50 or fewer employees to create summer job opportunities for students between the ages of 15 and 30.
  • Canadian Youth Business Foundation

    The Canadian Youth Business Foundation is a national charitable organization that empowers aspiring young Canadian entrepreneurs, age 18-34, to start up their own business.
  • Junior Team Canada Program (JTC)

    Positions youth to get a head start on career opportunities in both national and international markets.
  • Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program (OYAP) Employer Information

    Companies like yours are often faced with a shortage of skilled trades persons. Training a student in an apprenticeable occupation opens the door to a better future for our youth and helps maintain a skilled work force in Ontario.
  • Skills Link-Individual Work Experience Program

    Designed to support unemployed under the age of 30 with limited work experience related to their employment goal and who are experiencing difficulty making the transition from school to work.
  • Youth Canada

    Youth.gc.ca is the exclusive source for information about programs and services available for youth at the community level and beyond.
  • Young Canada Works

    Young Canada Works offers students and young graduates the chance to put their skills to the test, build career equity, earn money for their education or get started on the right career path.
  • Youth Employment Program

    Government of Canada's commitment to help young Canadians (aged 15 to 30) obtain career information, develop skills, find good jobs and stay employed. Financial assistance for small and medium enterprises with 500 employees of less who want to hire science/technology/business/ liberal arts graduates.
  • Youth Programs - Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources

    Access to the various youth programs offered through the Ministry of Natural Resources.
  • Youth Programs - Small Business Centre

    The Small Business Centre, along with other organizations offers programs targeted specifically at young entrepreneurs.

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Featured Job Banks

  • A job bank advertising South Western Ontario job vacancies. [more]

  • Service Canada job bank for all jobs local and Ontario wide. [more]

  • Free Job Applications for the job you want. [more]

  • Career opportunities throughout Canada. [more]

  • Job bank for local, Ontario and Canada wide vacancies. [more]

Featured Links

  • Employment Sector Council based out of London. [more]

  • Career opportunities through your local London College. [more]

  • Elgin Middlesex Oxford Workforce Planning and Development Board. [more]

  • Specializing in computer assisted learning for persons with disabilities. [more]

Job Fairs

The following Job Fairs are scheduled in around the London-Elgin-Middlesex Area for July 2018.