Make Community Resources Your First Resource
Through the Catholic school board, Archbishop Anthony Meagher offers high school credits, English as a second language, and non-credit courses such as computer classes to help brush up on your skills and prepare you for your next steps in the world of work.
Operating out of E.A. Lovell, Durham Continuing Education offers the same types of services except it serves the public school board. Both offer online courses and flexible study arrangements, allowing for you to complete your studies in a manner that best suits your own life.
Speak up about employment challenges in your community!
Experiencing difficulties finding employment in your community? The Durham Workforce Authority has launched our Workforce Survey to give you a chance to give feedback on the challenges you are experiencing in the labour market. The information is used to improve your community resources and get you back to work, plus you could win great prizes such as iPads and gift cards, so let your voice be heard!
Fill out the survey here.
YMCA Durham Employment and Community
YMCA Employment and Community provides employment resources such as job postings and search, workshops and more to help you identify your employment goals, project market trends, create a resume/cover letter and prepare for job interviews to help you find and pursue the right opportunities for a better future.
See the full list of service providers here.