Whether you are a young professional or looking for a part-time or temporary job, there is something for you! Here you will find Jobs with the City, Jobs at the City of Toronto Agencies and Corporations, Employment Resources, and help to Start a Business!
Are you an artist or creative between the ages of 16-29? The City of Toronto, in collaboration with Neighbourhood Arts Network, needs your skills to complete dynamic and original communication pieces for multiple City divisions. Request for Proposals (RFP) deadline is March 6, 2017 at 11:59pm.
February 1st @ 6PM – York Woods Library, 1785 Finch Avenue W.
February 8th @ 6PM – The Citadel, 304 Parliament Street
Workshop “Writing a Successful RFP”:
February 15th @ 6PM – Gardiner Museum, 111 Queens Park
Want to work for the city you love? Toronto has a positive and progressive work culture that celebrates diversity. Search for current, summer, and ongoing job opportunities.
Find job opportunities in recreation, including summer camp staff, sports and music instructors, lifeguards and more!
Toronto Urban Fellows program provides recent Masters and PhD graduates with an intensive introduction to the governance, operations and administration of Canada’s largest city.
Interested in working as a page at your local library? Learn more about this opportunity and submit your application.
Want to improve the relationship between your community and the police? Toronto Police Service's Youth In Policing Initiative offers summer jobs to high school students between the ages of 15-18. Find out if YIPI is right for you!
Youth Employment Partnerships is a network of 30 community agencies that specialize in connecting youth to employers. Contact the YEP agency in your area for help with your job search.
Need help finding a job? PAYE might be exactly what you’re looking for. PAYE offers youth interviews with top-rated employers, getting you that much closer to your dream job.
City of Toronto Employment Centres offer staff, tools and resources to help residents find work.
Help with job search, career planning, education and training.
Enterprise Toronto can help you start and grow your small business. Its free services include one-on-one business plan consultations, personal assistance with business registration and much more!
Next summer, work for the best boss ever – you! In place of a summer job, students have the opportunity to be their own boss. All that is required is a good summer company idea, commitment and hard work. Students receive hands-on business training from successful business people, financial support with awards of up to $3,000.
Are you 18 to 29 and looking to start a business or grow an existing one? The Starter Company program provides an opportunity for youth to get training, advice and mentorship. The program also provides opportunities for grant of up to $5,000!