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Workshops

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Job Seekers

New to the Sault Ste. Marie community, or a recent graduate? Thinking about upgrading your skills? Needing help with getting employers to look at your resume? No matter what stage of life you are in, the Sault Community Career Centre offers free employment services and support to job seekers. Our Employment Counsellors have the expertise to provide you guidance and support as you navigate through job and training opportunities.

FREE EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

  • One-on-one mentoring and support
  • Resume development
  • Interview practice
  • Coaching on self-promotion
  • Direct connections to employers
  • Daily job postings
  • Job fairs
  • Free access to internet, printers and fax

Starting is easy (we promise!). If you are interested in learning more, you can speak with an Employment Counsellor by just making a quick call! The Sault Community Career Centre operates on a first-come-first-serve basis, so you do not have to worry about scheduling an appointment for your initial conversation with an Employment Counsellor. We will always do our best to make sure your questions and concerns are answered in a timely manner.

Contact us today to learn more!

SECOND CAREER

Thinking about going back to school to upgrade your skills? Second Career may be for you! If you qualify, Second Career provides you with skills-training and financial support to help open you up to the latest in-demand job opportunities.

Apply for up to $28,000 for costs including:

  • Tuition
  • Manuals and workbooks
  • Other instructional costs
  • Transportation
  • Basic living allowance (max. $410/week)
  • Childcare

As a start, you qualify for Second Career when:

  • You have been laid off and have not been working
  • You have been laid off and are working a temporary job just to cover costs

If you’re receiving Employment Insurance (EI), or have in the past, you can still apply.

Wondering if you qualify? Each individual is uniquely different, and will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. Contact us today for more information!

APPRENTICESHIPS

There are opportunities to learn from the best in the business. As an apprentice, you will have the opportunity to learn a skilled trade both within the classroom, as well as on the job from experienced workers – all while getting paid!

Want to know if you qualify? Then visit your nearest Employment Ontario Apprenticeship office to find out what opportunities are available. You can find your nearest office here.

The Sault Community Career Centre has knowledgeable staff who are more than happy to provide advice on the current educational and regulatory requirements needed for apprenticeships across a variety of industries. Additionally, our staff are here to help aspiring apprentices form connections with employers. Jumpstart your apprenticeship today!

Specialized Programming

The Sault Community Career Centre is proud to offer free, specialized programming for individuals across all age groups and lifestyles! We recognize that various people – no matter their age or circumstance – need a helping hand when searching for work, or are thinking about re-entering the workforce after a period of time. At the Sault Community Career Centre, we do our best to offer specialized programming which invites participants to review and reflect on their personal choices, explore career paths and participate in job trials after program completion.

Our programs that are offered continually develop and change. To find out which programs are currently running, or to see if a program is right for you then please contact our Centre and speak with an Employment Counsellor for further details regarding the next steps.

Build This City

Build This City is a SkillsAdvance Ontario workforce development project designed for Sault Ste. Marie. It gives job seekers FREE short-term construction fundamentals training, and helps them get work and advance in the local construction sector.

Build This City

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Construction Apprenticeship Support Program

CASP supports apprenticeship seekers and apprentices to begin and/or successfully complete an apprenticeship in the local construction sector. It provides access to vocational aptitude pre-assessments, in-demand trade apprenticeship market information, and information on apprenticeship pathways and completion strategies.

Construction Apprenticeship Support Program

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Transition to Independence Program

Through the Transition to Independence Program, youth get job skills and hands-on paid work experience with local employers. While in training, youth get a living expense equal to minimum wage.

Transition to Independence Program

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Upcoming Workshops

CASP ProgramEvents

Building Resilience: A Mental Health Summit for the Construction Sector

The Sault Community Career Centre’s Construction Apprenticeship Support Program (CASP) has partnered with the Sault Ste. Marie Construction Association, local construction sector employers and mental …

CASP ProgramJob SeekersWorkshop

CASP Workshop: Apprenticeship 101

Topic: Are you someone who’s interested in apprenticeships, or are you currently an apprentice? Join us for our Apprenticeship 101 Workshop, where we can introduce …

CASP ProgramJob SeekersWorkshop

CASP Professional Development Workshop: Conflict Resolution

Topic: Are you someone who’s interested in apprenticeships, or are you currently an apprentice? Come and take part in our CASP Professional Development series, where …

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This Employment Ontario service is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario.