Are you a Teacher or Guidance Counsellor?
Job Gym can provide assistance to you and your students by offering:
Information Sessions in Your School!
Job Gym staff are available to present high-energy, interactive group sessions designed to inform your students of their job search options. We conduct these multi-media sessions throughout the school year to prepare students in their search for employment and the World of Work. We would like to share this information with as many students as possible and would welcome the opportunity to conduct on-site sessions in a classroom, gymnasium or auditorium at your school!
- Job Gym Services
- Interview Skills
- Resume Preparation
- Cover Letter Writing
- Employability Skills
- Job Search Techniques
- Self Assessment
- Employer Expectations
- Job Maintenance / Success on the Job
- Employment Standards and Human Rights
- Labour Market Information
- Government Programs for Students and Youth
- Safety on the Job
If you require further information, or if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
If your school is interested in having an Information Session for your students, simply submit the session booking form or print and fax it to:
(905) 682-7881 in St. Catharines and area
(905) 732-2912 in Welland and area
Graduates and Early School Leavers:
Job Gym offices in St. Catharines, Welland or Fort Erie offer extensive employment services to suit the specific needs of high school, college, or university graduates and/or early school leavers. Summer and/or Part-time Employment:
Are your students looking for work? Give us a call and ask about the Summer Jobs Service program. Let us help you!
“We have been very fortunate to have the staff from Job Gym come in to our Co-op pre-employment sessions. They have presented to students on topics ranging from Employer Expectations, Employment Standards to how to create the perfect resume. They are always professional and engages the students in their presentation. The workshop presentation topics are not only great for the Co-op program, but could also be utilized in Career Studies classrooms to assist students in making the connections between the classroom and the world of work.”