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Focus on Youth Summer Job Opportunity

Looking for a fun and rewarding summer job? HWDSB’s Focus on Youth program is a paid summer employment opportunity for HWDSB students 16-21 years of age.  Applications are due on May 31st.   Apply at:


FOY 2019 Poster


TD Discovery Day in Health Sciences (DDHS)

Event Date: May 23, 2019

Email: jmcnorgan@cdnmedhall.org


An insightful and fun hands-on workshop for students in grades 10 through 12, interested in a career in health science and technology. This full day event held at McMaster University Ewart Angus Centre, in Hamilton, is an exciting opportunity for students, from across the province, to explore careers in medicine and health sciences. Students will benefit from an inspiring keynote lecture, two hands-on-workshops of their choosing, and a panel discussion where “Health Pros Tell All”. Each school is invited to register up to 2 students who have a strong interest in a career in health sciences. This first step is to register your school online  , which is open now. Once our system has advised us of your registration, we will email further instructions to you for your students to register online and select their workshop assignments. Workshop spaces are limited. Access to workshop space is determined on a first come- first serve basis and individual students’ registration will open April 9, 2019. For complete details, please visit: https://cdnmedhall.org/hamilton-health-sciences-corporation

Looking for a fun and exciting summer job?

Become a camp counsellor at Cave Springs Camp.  Check out the flyer for more details and contact information!

Cave Springs Camp

Royal Soccer – looking for volunteers or a paid job opportunity!

2019 rcsc volunteer & cit poster-hamilton



Youth Job Prep & Opportunities

Attention students interested in pursuing medicine!

The McMaster Mini-Med School program is organized by McMaster medical students at the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine and will include fourteen lectures delivered over 7 consecutive Tuesday evenings between February 19, 2019, and April 2, 2019. Each week, two Hamilton physicians present interesting medical topics to the audience at a level that is easy to understand for individuals without any medical or healthcare experience. The program is open to all members of the Hamilton community and offers the opportunity learn from well-respected physicians in the Hamilton community about relevant health topics and recent developments in healthcare. Mini Med School has become a very successful McMaster Medicine community-oriented initiative and all proceeds received are donated to charity. This program also offers an opportunity for students interested in health sciences and healthcare the opportunity to meet and network with current McMaster medical students working to coordinate the lectures each week.
Please see the following link for registration details.
The registration fee for adults is $125 and the student registration fee is $75.

Sign up for this great opportunity!


Looking for a job?

The Indigenous Youth Work Exchange Program has work in natural resources management for youth between the ages of 15-24 (up to 29 for persons with a disability) who self-identify as Indigenous. The First Nations Natural Resources Youth Employment Program is offered to youth 16 to 18 through Confederation College, working on projects in forestry, mining and energy. Participants can earn two senior-level high school co-op credits.

Learn more about Jobs at the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry.

Doing a career search?

Ontario School Counsellors Association- links to self-assessment, career information

Summer Experience list: lots of great contacts, for leadership or employment opportunities

Summer Experience Contact List-1

Looking for employment? Youth job link can help!

YJL Poster

Summer Employment with the city!


Updated on Wednesday, May 15, 2019.
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