Employment

WoodGreen works with job seekers to explore their career goals and pursue long-term and meaningful employment. With a dedicated team of job coaches and job developers, we offer one-on-one employment counselling, skill-building workshops, specialized training and placement strategies, as well as a range of programs designed for youth, people with disabilities, newcomers and mature workers.

Our partnerships with service providers and employers allow us to connect clients with the opportunities they need to succeed.

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Job Seekers

Attend Workshops & Events

Learn essential skills to find your next job, including resume writing, interviewing and job search strategies

Meet a Job Coach

Free one-on-one support to set career goals, hone your job search skills and connect with employers

Explore Job Opportunities

Browse a wide range of job postings from WoodGreen’s employer partners

Find Employment Programs

Get job ready, upgrade your skills or train for a career in a high-demand field

Employers & Service Partners

Hire Talent

Connect with our team to save time on hiring and access qualified candidates

Refer Clients

We match job seekers with the programs and support they need to reach their goals

Skills Training Employment Programs

Ready to train for a new job or take your career to the level? WoodGreen’s free training programs can help you build new skills, add to your credentials and connect with employers in today’s high-demand fields.

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Employment Resources

Our Employment Services team has compiled a list of free downloadable resources to help you work toward your employment goals — whether you’re building your resume, creating a LinkedIn profile, preparing for an interview or reviewing labour market trends.

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Latest News and Updates

WoodGreen’s mental health employment program a ‘WIN’ for all

Getting back into the workforce while living with mental health issues can be hard. WoodGreen's WIN program is ready to help.

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Ask Our Experts: 5 Tips on Starting a Business for Newcomer Women in Canada

Here are five tips on starting a business in Canada from a former newcomer and one of WoodGreen’s resident entrepreneurs, Reham Teama.

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WoodGreen takes action and spreads awareness at Queen’s Park

Throughout the month of November, WoodGreen senior leaders, directors, and staff met with close to 40 MPPs, ministers, and government officials to discuss WoodGreen’s programs and services and opportunities for partnership, modelling, and expansion.

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WoodGreen hosts an open house at its new supportive housing building for seniors

WoodGreen was thrilled to welcome nearly 300 community members to an open house at 540 Cedarvale Ave. on November 19, 2022.

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