Job Search and Career Planning
The Durham Region Employment Network (DREN), a not-for-profit umbrella network, established in 1993 and incorporated in 2001. The key function of DREN is to support the employment services sector, including employers and service providers, with the goal of improving employment outcomes for jobseekers with barriers.
The Durham Region Unemployed Help Centre offers a Resource Centre, job postings, résumé and job search workshops, one-on-one counselling, and hundreds of employment postings. It also provide services for employers who are hiring, or will be hiring in the future.
Employment Ontario's mission is to help individuals get the training, skills and experience they need to achieve their goals. It endeavours to connect people looking for work with employers looking for workers.
GCFLearnFree.org provides teaching materials people can use to learn the essential skills they need to live and work in the 21st century. From Microsoft Office and email to reading, math, and more, including 125 tutorials with videos and interactive components.
The John Howard Society of Durham Region (JHS) is a non-profit, social service agency. It is dedicated to servicing individuals and families, youth and adults with programs and services in areas such as relationships, counselling, employment, literacy, housing, eviction prevention, crime prevention, harm reduction, parenting and more.
The Canadian incarnation of the one of the world's largest job databases. Searchable by location, category, industry, job type and more.
Job database from Service Canada.
Canada's largest homegrown career and job search website. Posting and listing services are provided for employers and workers across Canada, and to partners serving Canadian employment needs elsewhere in the world.
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The Durham Workforce Authority is an acknowledged provider of local workforce information and champion of workforce development initiatives unique to Durham Region.
The world's premier database of journals and articles on education.
Lynda.com provides Oshawa residents access to award-winning video tutorials teaching business, technical and creative skills.