30 years ago, Job Skills opened its doors as Georgina Job Skills Project in Keswick. Now known as Job Skills Employment and Business Programs and Supports.
Job Skills’ expert staff have more than 350+ years of combined experience with the Organization. They reflect the community we serve, speaking over 25 languages and bring a commitment to helping clients in an ever-changing labour market.
Job Skills offers a variety of programs and services to help unemployed and underemployed individuals succeed in their job search. Follow the links in the menu above for more information.
Job Skills' Business Services and Programs are designed to support new and start up businesses. Follow the links above to find out more.
From job search support to help with starting a business, get the assistance you need to be part of Canada's labour market. Follow the links in the menu above for more information.
No cost services include recruitment support, financial incentives, professional development opportunities and more. Follow the links in the menu above to find out how Job Skills can support your business.
Throughout its years of providing service, Job Skills-Employment & Business Programs & Supports (operating as Job Skills) has established a strong community presence and continuously works to strengthen its relationships with Employment Service providers, social service agencies, the business community, educational institutions, municipalities and all levels of government. These relationships make it possible to assist clients to reach their employment goals, achieve economic self-reliance and participate in community life.
Job Skills receives funding from: