Finding a job can be hard work. What do you include in a resume or cover letter? How do you choose references? How can you get ready for an interview? The following websites answer these questions and much more.
CareerCruising.com - Click on the Employment tab for information about the job search, writing cover letters and resumes, and interview skills. There is a helpful Employment Guide as well as a Resume Builder. Please speak with a Guidance Counsellor to get the FREE username & password. If you prefer email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Youth.gc.ca - Lots of great information here on writing resumes and cover letters, finding references, preparing for interviews, the hidden job market, and much more.
Youth Employment Services - Assist youth with finding and maintaining employment. They assess clients’ marketability, guide them to suitable employment opportunities, offer employability and life skills workshops and provide resource training and educational programs.
If you have any questions, talk to your guidance counsellor.
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Manitoba Youth Job Centre Manitoba Youth Job Centres provide community-based summer employment referral services throughout rural and northern Manitoba. Local employers, as well as students and youth from 12 to 29, receive FREE assistance matching qualified job seekers with summer employment.
Aboriginal Health High School Internship Program Southern Health-Santé Sud is seeking Aboriginal High School students interested in opportunities within healthcare. Students can expect to experience a wide range of health care careers available in the Southern Health-Santé Sud region through mentorship by health services staff. Interns will be of Aboriginal decent (First Nation, Métis or Inuit) & students returning to high school or post-secondary in the fall. Apply by January 30, 2018
DuPont Pioneer Summer Employment Pioneer is a seed research company that delivers improved seed genetics to farmers around the world. They offer summer employment to students that may include pollination, weeding, plant measurements, and blackleg monitoring.
Job education Mentoring Program (JUMP) Ready to find a job? Not sure where to start? This FREE program is for residents of Manitoba between 18 and 60 and includes first aid, mock interviews, workplace safety, and 8 weeks of work experience. Next session starts early 2018.
Manitoba Hydro Summer Employment Interested in working for Manitoba Hydro? Perhaps a summer job? Visit the website for more information. Selection process begins in late January for the summer months.
Student Works Students can choose to paint for a summer or actually run a Student Works business that employees other students. Depending upon the experience that you want and the level of commitment you have, Student Works Painting has a role for you.
STEP Services STEP Services is the official student employment placement service for the Government of Manitoba. Eligible students can find full and part-time jobs with government departments, agencies, and Crown corporations throughout the year in various locations across the province.
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