First Work Welcomes Three New Members
Since 1988, our network of over 70 youth employment agencies have been committed to delivering accessible, high quality, outcomes-based employment services to young people to assist them in reaching their employment and life goals. This year, we are happy to welcome three new organizations to this ever-widening group of members:
Port Cares (Port Colborne Community Association for Resource Extension) is a community organization that provides a full suite of services to support individuals in achieving their career, employment and education / training goals in Port Colborne and the surrounding Region.
The Career Centre, a department with Adult and Continuing Education, Simcoe County District School Board, has been providing a full range of quality employment services to job searchers and employers and the community in Barrie and the surrounding area since 1995.
Windsor Women Working with Immigrant Women (WWWWIW) is a non-profit organization formed in 1982 by a group of women in the city of Windsor that provides extensive employment and career development related services to unemployed and underemployed individuals in the community.
We look forward to the inclusion of these agencies voices to our network and their contributions to First Work’s long term commitment to youth. If you are not yet a part of First Work and would like more information, you can find details and an application form on our membership page or by speaking with Bunny Godman, General Manager at (416) 323-9557 x 230.