The City of Windsor can help you discover the employment skills necessary to be successful in today's job market.
Employment Resource Centre (City of Windsor)
400 City Hall Square E.
(519) 255-5200 ext 5183
Youth Employment Services St. Clair College (YES)
Who: people seeking employment, anyone under the age of 65, whether enrolled in school or not
547 Victoria Avenue
Hire a Student
215 Talbot Street East
Greater Essex County District School Board Assessment Centre
Who: EI benefit recipients; Reachback clients who had received EI benefits within the last 3 years; Unemployed clients who received Special Benefits within the last 5 years. Receive referral from HRDC.
1410 Ouellette Ave.
Windsor Employment Resource Centre for Students (WERCS)
Who: Students or people returning to school in September
400 City Hall Square East
University of Windsor
The University of Windsor offers a variety of services available to students and recent graduates.
They can help you with all your needs, such as:
- How to get help with your resume?
- What should you do after you graduate?
- How can you get experience before you graduate?
- How to find your dream job?
Workshops are offered to all University of Windsor students throughout each term. Some of these include resume help, career planning and many more! There is a fee for these workshops.
- Job Postings
- Career Testing Resources
- ICAN Career Cyber guide
- Job Search Tips
- Additional Resources for Students that can be useful for students:
These websites would give you more information:
St Clair College
Student Employment Services
South Campus, Windsor
Please go to the below website for more useful information:
Additional websites that can be useful for your future career: