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Helping Youth Find a Job

You've got the ambition. Now get the opportunity.

If you are under the age of 30, there are more than 35 government job funds, programs and online tools available to help you get to work.
Get work experience or skills training, find a summer job or internship, search our job bank, or get help starting your own business.
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Ontario and Canada sign training agreements

The Honourable Jason Kenney, Minister of Employment and Social Development and the Honourable Brad Duguid, Ontario Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities

On March 28, 2014, Ontario signed the Canada–Ontario Job Fund Agreement and two other agreements with the federal government. These three agreements protect important training and employment services for older workers, persons with disabilities and marginalized workers.

Ontario's Colleges Creating a Highly Skilled Workforce

A report released by Colleges Ontario shows how the province's 24 public colleges are preparing graduates for a wide range of careers in the new economy. Read the report, Ontario's Colleges: Creating a Highly Skilled Workforce for the New Economy, and find out how colleges are preparing people for successful careers.

Employment Profile

Kitchen staff

Discover top careers and salary ranges – Learn more about college graduate employment rates – Try the new interactive Employment Profile!

Major Programs and Initiatives

Postsecondary students


Are you looking for assistance to help pay for school? Learn more about the grants, loans and tools that are available to help pay for your education.

Employment Ontario

Employment Ontario

We're Employment Ontario and we want to help you get the training, skills and experience to achieve your goals.

Postsecondary students

Study in Ontario

Right now over 37,000 international students from around the world are studying in Ontario universities and colleges.