Student, Employer and College Community Resources

 Employment Skills, Trends, Opportunities and more
  • Employability Skills - Employability skills are the skills you need to enter, stay in, and progress in the world of work—whether you work on your own or as part of a team.
  • Government of Ontario Labour Market Information -  Labour market information and statistics can help you plan your career. Learn more about work trends and the skills, education and training you need for jobs today, and in the future. 
  • Employment Ontario - Visit Northwest Employment Works on campus, your Employment Ontario Service Provider offering FREE job search support and hiring support to all job seekers. View their website here to learn more: 
  • Ontario WorkinfoNet  - OnWIN is a web-based resource and service dedicated to connecting the people of Ontario to quality information and resources in the areas of jobs; work and recruiting; learning; education and training; occupations and careers; labour market information and outlook; self-employment; workplace issues and supports; and financial help and issues
  • LinkedIn Learning with -  For new users, to access’s content please join LinkedIn Learning, which features 100% of the same content. You are no longer able to directly join as a new user. For current users, you now have the ability to migrate your account to LinkedIn Learning. 
  • Career Coach (Thunder Bay area & abroad)
    Take an assessment, explore employment opportunities in northwestern Ontario and abroad. Create a profile and build up to 6 different, downloadable resumes.
    (also linked up in the Employment Opportunities section of many of our program homepages)
  • Typefocus - Typefocus is designed to help find satisfying work by exploring personality, interests and values.
  • Career Cruising - Career Cruising is a comprehensive and interactive career guidance resource that provides the information you need to make the right choice when applying for co-op and your future career path.  It includes in-depth profiles of hundreds of different careers and multimedia interviews with real people at work.  What better way to learn about careers than from the people who know them best? 

Wage Subsidies and more

Northwest Employment Works located on campus is an Employment Ontario office that offers wage incentives, training grants and hiring bonuses where eligible to employers. Call or visit them today to learn more!