an innoVative centre in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

helping families in ottawa, canada become self-sufficient contributing members of society

Centre Youville Centre
Ottawa-Carleton Inc.
150 Mann Avenue
Ottawa ON Canada
K1N 8P4

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613-231-5150 ext. 117

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Charitable Reg. Number:
11884 8456 RR0001

Youville Centre

Employment and Job Search Websites

Service Canada - Service Canada was created in 2005 to improve the delivery of government programs and services to Canadians, by making access to them faster, easier, and more convenient. If you are searching for a new full-time or part-time job in the private or public sector, Service Canada can help. There are a number of tools available to help you search job listings, create a resume, choose a career, and assess your skills.


The Ottawa Public Library's Online Resources can help you to learn about careers, prepare for occupational tests, research companies and search for jobs. Their job databases is a useful resource to consult.

Labour Market Information - Answer your questions about jobs, skills and the availability of workers in local areas across Canada. This site provides answers to the following questions: Having trouble finding work? Don't know what work you want to do? Looking for facts and figures on the labour market?


Job Bank Canada - Job Bank is Canada's one-stop job listing web site. Each year we help hundreds of thousands of Canadian workers, job seekers and employers connect online, and free of any service charges.
During its establishment in the late 1960's, Canadians have come to know and trust Job Bank as an easy to use, free job listing and recruitment service that has benefited employers, businesses and job seekers alike.
Search this database of job listings using key words or check out what is available in a particular region.

Skills Canada (S/CC) is a national, not-for-profit organization that works with employers, educators, labour groups and governments to promote skilled trades and technology careers among Canadian youth. Our unique position among private and public sector partners enables us to work toward securing Canada's future skilled labour needs while helping our youth to discover rewarding careers.

YES - Employment Services has over twenty-five years experience in providing a full range of employment services to youth and employers in Ottawa. Are you between the ages of 16 and 24? Are you out of full-time work/school? Are you living in Ontario? If you answered YES, please drop by our office located at 101-1355 Bank Street across from Billings Bridge Plaza. We can help you get in to your next job!
We invite anyone of any age who is seeking employment or education to visit our resource centre located at 101-1355 Bank Street.

Employment Ontario
- lt may be hard to see at first but your job is out there and we'll help you find it. We're Employment Ontario and we want to help you get the training, skills and experience to achieve your goals. We want to connect people looking for work with employers looking for workers. That's why we're providing you with more ways to link to our expanding services.

Youth Connect Ottawa
- This is a site that connects youth with services and resources to help them get ahead. Information on finding a job as well as continuing with education is provided here.



The Youth ZONE Resource Centre at 370 Catherine Street is a great place to get started on your job search. You'll find job postings, computers, Internet access, photocopiers and more. The Centre is open 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday.

Need a Job - Who is this web site for? Anyone looking for a job can walk into a Job Connect office and use the information and resource services. To use the Employment Planning and Preparation service, or get Job Development and Placement Support, you must: Be at least 16 years old; be out of school and out of work or be receiving Employment Insurance benefits.

Mazemaster - This site is a one-stop-shop for youth employment and training opportunities. The site offers opportunity for self-assessment, labour market information, training and education options, self-employment information as well as job search techniques and job postings.