Career Services

Youth Opportunities Unlimited specializes in supporting young people in their job search. We meet youth where they are at in their work-related journey, and provide support and opportunities so that all young people can reach their potential. Our Career Services team offers multiple employment programs and supports to youth ages 15 to 30 in London and Middlesex County. 

If you are between the ages of 15-30 and are not enrolled in education or employment full time, we can help you job search! To get started with Career Services, please contact an Employment Counsellor today. Appointments can be booked through the following methods:

By completing the contact form at the bottom of this page

By calling us at 519-432-1112 to book an appointment

Drop-in appointments are available at 333 Richmond Street from 9:00am to 12:00pm and 1:00pm to 5:00pm Monday to Friday. Stop in and see us!

 

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Funders for Career Services

Funding provided by the Government of Canada through the Canadian Job Grant programs delivered by the Government of Ontario.

Employment

The first step in getting started is meeting with an Employment Counsellor, who can help to assess eligibility and interest in YOU programming. Our Employment Counsellors offer individualized supports with resume building, interview preparation, and job searching, and help youth to connect to employment training programs.

Our employment training programs help young people to build their skills and confidence around the workplace. Youth can participate in interactive workshops, gain experience within YOU's social enterprises, and receive the support of a Job Developer in finding a paid placement within the community! 

New in 2022! Check out our Collective Impact for Connecting Youth program - a resource for both youth and employers that helps young people find the right job and make it stick by continuing to support them once they are employed. 

Education

YOU offers multiple educational opportunities for young people. This includes General Educational Development (GED) preparation program as youth look to obtain a credential equivalent to a high school diploma. YOU also offers training in Smart Serve, Safe Food Handling, First Aid/CPR and provides referral for additional training. Employment Counsellors can also support youth with educational goals related to high school, college and university.

For assistance with education and employment, contact Jeff White, Career Services at jeffw@you.ca  / 519-432-1112 x 288. 

"What YOU means to me is the ability to take someone who may be struggling with personal issues or someone who's looking for work, maybe both, and turn their life around in a small amount of time. Personally, I have made a friend and found work, all in one month! Now I work at Coca-Cola and I'm excited to see what achievements my life can bring me moving forward. Thank you YOU!" - Paul 

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