Would you like to hire a new Entry Level 1 apprentice and would you like the financial support to proceed and to give someone an opportunity in the trades? If you do, then you are going to want to attend this free employer breakfast where you will learn how you could potentially receive significant funding to help you provide someone a great opportunity to gain experience in their trade.
This information session is being held at Community Employment Choices on Thursday, May 18th from 8 am – 10 am. A delicious breakfast will be available and you will hear from Stephanie Shrum, Program Manager for the Canadian Apprenticeship Forum while you learn about the great funding opportunities that may be available to you.
Community Employment Choices is excited to launch our newsletter!
The goal? To keep residents of Middlesex County informed and connected to local programs, services, and supports…available at no cost through Employment Ontario. We hope to use monthly newsletters as a channel to share what our team has up our sleeve for the coming month, including programming, services, events, job fairs, and general news about job opportunities in Middlesex County.
Whether you are a job seeker, employer, community partner, or seeking more information about what we do and the ways we can help, we look forward to engaging with you!
Are you starting 2023 ready to take action in your career goals? If you are a youth between ages 15-29, not working or in school, let us help you! Community Employment Choices is happy to be running another Youth Job Connection session.
The start of the session begins on Tuesday, January 10th, 2023. Get in touch with CEC today!
Together with its workforce development partners, Middlesex County’s department of Economic Development and Tourism is launching an innovative new program that is aiming to help bridge labour gaps by liaising local employers and schools to bolster co-operative education and work integrated learning opportunities for area youth.
Join us to learn about how co-operative education opportunities provide hands-on experience to today’s students evolving them into tomorrow’s employees, and the resources that are available to help facilitate the future of work integrated learning at the fingertips of employers, teachers and students alike.
If you are a youth between ages 15-29, not working or in school, and facing barriers to employment, it may be time for a change. Community Employment Choices is happy to be running another Youth Job Connection session.
The start of the session begins on Tuesday September 6, 2022.