This updated career guide for teens draws on the principles of "What Color Is Your Parachute?" to help high school and college students zero in on their favorite skills and find their perfect major or career.
This book takes new job seekers through the essentials - from figuring out what to apply for, to how to apply for it. As a directory, it gives the inside scoop on more than fifty starter jobs in Canada with an innovative rating system.
International Experience Canada (IEC) offers unique opportunities to gain valuable work experience while traveling abroad. Canadian youth, aged 18-35, can participate as a young professional, a member of an International Co-op or by turning a trip into a working holiday.
For youth aged 15 to 29, to join the program youth must meet the criteria listed on the site. Once accepted, you can include an eligibility form to your resume that states employers can get $2800 in incentives for hiring you.
The Youth Employment Program helps young people aged 15 to 30 by providing skills, experience and the tools to make a successful transition to employment or return to school. The target for this program is local youth who are out of school, unemployed or underemployed.
Chance to Choose: A Youth Employment Program aims to help youth overcome barriers to employment through assessments, group based skills development and work experience with local employers. Participants will be able to choose and develop a career path.
A national non-profit organization dedicated to providing youth aged 18-39 with pre-launch coaching, business resources, start-up financing and mentoring to help them launch and sustain successful businesses.
The S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Youth Business Innovative Idea Startups (Youth BiiS) Program is an initiative funded by the Government of Canada through the Canada-BC Job Fund to empower eligible young adults between 18 and 29 in their process for self-employment / business start-up in Metro Vancouver. Youth BiiS provides free business coaching for young adults.