Additional Workshops and Support Services
Employment and career-related events to help support your employment goals to help keep you motivated while job searching and career planning:
• LinkedIn for Beginners
• Resume Clinics
• Special Workshops
Computer Tutorials (Self -Directed)
Book time to work independently on one of our client computers, with 8 PCs and one Mac to choose from.
2 hours/day to a max 8 hours/week.
Job Matching and Placement
Our Job Developers connect Times Change clients to employment opportunities in small to medium-sized businesses. Clients must be working with an Employment Counsellor to be referred to this service. Register for the Job Search Workshop to access this service or
fast track by applying directly to a current job posting.
Our organized and comprehensive Resource Centre is the perfect place to do some career-related research or work on your job search. Access books, newspapers, periodicals and videos, a photocopier, fax machine, telephones, and use the Internet. Also, drop by to have a look at our Job Board with current postings.
Learn new skills, network, and stay motivated while planning your career or job search. These events range from special workshops and information sessions to community based training and employer job fairs. Topics are programmed based on the feedback we receive directly from our clients!
CAMP (Career Advancement and Mentorship Program)
The Career Advancement and Mentorship Program is a new once a week 8 week evening workshop for women who are unemployed, underemployed and want to transition to stable and sustainable employment.
Participants will be connected to a professional working in their field of interest through the CAMP.
Learn how to use current software applications and the Internet through two-hour, hands-on sessions.
Clients must meet skill eligibility requirements.
Job Search Workshop
Career Planning Workshop
Working from our Career Planning Workbook, this 5-week program is designed for women who are unclear about their career direction or thinking about a change. With a unique approach to exploring work-related skills, interests and values, participants have an opportunity to answer the question: "What type of work do I really want?".
For women who know the type of training or education they are looking for but need help finding the right program. This service is open to all women.
The Mentoring Partnership Program
The Mentoring Partnership helps immigrants professionals reconnect with their careers with the help of a mentor who has Canadian experience in their profession. The mentor and mentee meet for 24 hours over 4 months.
Clients must meet eligibility requirements.
Second Career Info Session
This government-run program is for laid-off, unemployed women who require skills training to return to the work force in high demand occupations.
Times Change Women's Employment Service
Currently serving you in-person
Mon- Thurs: 10:00AM - 4:00PM
Fri: 10am- 2:30pm