Job Brokering

Job Brokers within the community agencies work with potential employees and employers to find the best “job fit”. They seek out and build relationships with employer partners and connect new employees with any necessary supports and/or skill development to ensure their success in the workplace. Men's Programs Community based programs for men to provide essential and life skills for workplace. The goal is to provide skills and training that will result in sustainable attachment to the workforce or continued education and training.

Two Roads Career Program

Target Clients:
-People with barriers to employment/education who are interested in pursuing
career and/or academic goals.  Must be 16 years of age or older. 
-On or at risk of excessing Income Support

Outreach
Outreach workers are available to meet with clients individually to identify goals and assess for eligibility for Murphy Centre and other community programs/services.  Also responsible for promotion and community development.

  • Ongoing central intake

Youth Works Well

Youth Works Well is a Skills Link project for youth between the ages of 18 and 30 which helps participants develop employability skills and gain the experience they need to make informed career decisions, find a job, and/or return to school.
The program offers a paid pre-employment phase in which participants gain free workshops and certifications, essential skills training, job search skills and job maintenance training. Participants are expected to attend all sessions for 30 hours per week.

Strategic Transitions & Employment Partnerships (STEP) Career Training Placements

Job Maintenance/Transitioning Support for Immigrants

AXIS Career Services connects immigrants and local employers through a number of programs, namely Internship Placement Program (IPP), Strategic Transitions & Employment Partnerships (STEP) Career Training Placements, and Mentoring Link.

Target Clients: 

Immigrants and refugees

Internship Placement Program (IPP)

The Internship Placement Program (IPP) provides an opportunity for employers to sponsor job-ready newcomers in a 12 week paid placement.

Designed to accelerate labour market attachment, internships give clients an opportunity to showcase their skills and abilities, and obtain professional Canadian experience in a monitored work environment.

Target Clients: 

Immigrants and refugees

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