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.

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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/cover letter preparation and critique, interview skills with answers, labour market information, job search and employer contact strategies, career discovery, personality assessments for job search, leveraging social media, apprenticeship information and more.