Job Seekers

Access to the job boards is just the beginning. Sheridan Community Employment Services are designed to meet the needs of all job seekers.

Resource Centre

A fully equipped resource and information area open to all, providing access to computers, fax, printers, telephones and a library of online and in print resources to support your career and employment goals.

Second Career

Second Career is an Ontario government program that enables laid-off Ontarians to train for a new job in high-demand careers. 

Job Development

Job leads with employer postings, job fairs and community events.
Job development and placement support,
Individual employment planning, advising and follow-up.


Find a mentor to help you reconnect with your career in Canada.

If you are an immigrant with a professional background, TRIEC Mentoring Partnership can help you reconnect
with your career with the support of a mentor who works in your field, in Canada.


Get information on becoming an Apprentice.

Clink on the link below to findout more about:
- Incentives & Subsidies for the Apprentice
- How To Become An Apprentice
- Incentives & Subsidies for the Employer
- Resources
- Skilled Trades Training Programs

CES Events & Webinars

Webinars from CSES

CSES, the College Sector Employment Services, has recorded several webinars on a variety of job related topics including:

• Navigating The Labour Market
• Applying For Jobs Online
• Apprenticeship—is This For You?
• Employment Fraud
• Digital Dirt
• The Hidden Job Market
• Working From Home
• Interview Skills
• Conquering Ageism
• Canadian Workplace Competencies


Workshops include resume preparation and critique, interview skills, labour market information, job search and contacting employers, career discovery, apprenticeship information and more.