Job Search Help
We offer job search and career workshops across the city, just for teens.
There are many employment supports for youth from government and agencies that we list below. Many students find employment babysitting, in the food industry, at amusement parks and summer camps, so you might want to look at online job listings with specific organizations you'd like to work for as well.
See job opportunities with the City of Toronto.
Toronto's department of Parks and Recreation lists current opportunities that are suitable for youth.
If you are interested in starting your own business but need some guidance then check out the City of Toronto's Business Start Ups (formerly Enterprise Toronto).
Lists resources and strategies for jobs for Canadian students. Job sources; how to find a job. Start your own business; volunteering to get work experience.
Government of Canada Job Bank allows you to search for jobs collected and posted daily across Canada.
Jobs at summer camps in Ontario. Choose Applications from the Job menu to use the OCA Postings service which matches up people looking for summer camp work with the directors of nearly 300 member camps.
OYAP helps teens (entering Grade 11 and at least 16 years old) obtain placements in 130 skilled trades that can be learned through apprenticeship training while still in school.
Summer jobs for students: Information for high school, university and college students, ages 15 to 29, looking for work this summer. From the Government of Ontario.
Work for Parks Canada from May to September through the Parks Canada Student Employment Program.
Young Canada Works (YCW) offers a variety of summer job and internship programs to job seekers and employers.
Specializing in career counselling and job placement, YES helps find jobs, get training, education or business outcomes for youth.
The Youth Employment and Skills Strategy (YESS) is a new, integrated strategy, which aims to provide flexible and holistic services to support all young Canadians develop the skills and gain paid work experience to successfully transition in the labour market.
The aim of the Youth in Policing Initiative is to promote youth participation in and exposure to the work environment through diverse, educational, and productive work assignments. This employment initiative focuses on diverse youth between the ages of 15 and 18 years, who reside in our priority identified neighbourhoods within the City of Toronto.
Youth with Disabilities
If you are disabled you may qualify for certain employment and training programs. Check out the websites below for the right organization and program for you.
Canada-wide network which supports and promotes the equitable employment of people with disabilities. Job postings, resume writer, chat rooms.
Youth on the Street
If you are on the street and out of work there are opportunities for you to gain a job and work experience. Check out the websites below for information.
Beat the Street (BTS) is a learning center in downtown Toronto for youth who are at-risk, street involved or homeless. They are a program of Frontier College.
St. Stephen's Community House is a community-based social service agency serving the needs of Kensington Market and surrounding neighbourhoods in downtown West Toronto.
Know of a great resource for youth but don't see it here? Let us know! Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Page updated: April 26, 2022.