Access Guide Canada (AGC) provides information on accessible resources such as community organizations and accessible public spaces from various geographical locations across Canada.
You have 100 things to do by tomorrow. The pressure is mounting, expectations are high, and the phone won’t stop ringing. Are you sailing along smoothly, or are you heading towards a meltdown? Burnout is on the rise in modern society due to increasing workloads, longer work hours, lack of sleep, and pressure to balance work, family and a social life. More and more workers are taking time off on stress leave…and you don’t want to be next! Find out whether you are at risk with this burnout test.
The third edition of this internationally acclaimed website from the Co-op Education & Career Services University of Waterloo is better than ever, with over 20 posted testimonials from students, professionals and career practitioners, all of whom claim that it is one of the best out there.
Career Options Magazine is a vital resource for university and college students aiming to join the workforce. It includes the latest employment trends, information on key industries and career paths, tips from experts and recently hired grads, co-op and internship information, advice on graduate studies and much more!
Lists over 11,000 links to jobs, employers, business, education and career service professionals on the Web. Also contains 6,000 other helpful career resources in Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Germany and the United Kingdom.
The Canadian Apprenticeship Forum- Forum canadien sur l’apprentissage (CAF – FCA) has developed apprenticetrades.ca as a comprehensive inventory of information on apprenticeship training across Canada. This site will help you discover the facts about a career in the skilled trades and how an apprenticeship can help you earn while you learn.
This site offers links to every Canadian recruiter with a website, a FAQs page which includes details on how Canada’s 1900 recruiting companies operate — how they work, how they charge, how job seekers can contact them and what candidates should know BEFORE they contact them, and more.
Topics covered include: Impact of lifelong guidance; Creating evidence and measuring outcomes; Employment impact of job search programs; Evaluation of career educational programs;
“Clear Instructions on How To Do (just about) Everything” This section is about Job Search and includes Etiquette, Interviewing, Research Fields, Résumés, Cover Letters and References