REP, an educational and employment program for youth ages 16 to 25 who have been in contact with the criminal justice system.
Provides temporary regular financial benefits to individuals who lose their jobs through no fault of their own (for example, due to shortage of work, seasonal or mass lay-offs) and are available for and able to work, but can't find a job; able-bodied claimants must be seeking employment to remain eligible.
Applications should be submitted as soon as employment ends. Individuals can apply for benefits even if they have not yet received their Record of Employment (ROE)
Provides training, job placement programs, and other career development services for people with disabilities.
Offers free income tax preparation assistance for individuals and families with a low income.
Volunteers are not able to prepare returns for individuals who have
- self-employment income
- a business or rental income and expenses
- capital gains or losses
- employment expenses
- file for bankruptcy
- are deceased within the year
Connects student employees with prospective employers. Seminars occasionally provided on career planning, job placement skills, resume writing, interview tips, and work etiquette.
Supported by Service Canada and the Rotary Club of Waterdown.
Provides day supports for adults with developmental disabilities with a focus on skill building, pre-employment opportunities and literacy skills. Pre-Employment training assists individuals with identify skills and interests, resume writing, interview skills, job search and job coaching.
Offers adults with developmental disabilities the opportunity to learn various employment skills. These include: