YOUTH ages 15-29
Once you are registered with our centre, you will be assigned to a Case Manager. An appointment is scheduled to review your skills, interests, job search techniques
and potential job opportunities.
Together, you and your Case Manager will create a job search plan. The action plan will include referral to appropriate programs, dates for job search training workshops, labour market research, mock interviews and resume feedback. Call now to book your individualized appointment.
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RNC Employment Services
222 Wellington Street East
Aurora, ON L4G 1J5
YJL offers financial support to assist youth with purchasing
work related items including clothing or safety equipment for a first job. Incentives can also be used to support eligible employers to offset the cost of training youth. Youth and employers must register / apply for incentives before starting the job.
For youth ages 15 - 29
Youth can be in school or have graduated from formal education
Applicable to part-time, summer or full time jobs
Offers financial incentives to hire youth in a First Job
Youth must be an Ontario Resident
Youth are provided with one-on-one guidance, Case
Management and Job Development. Job search techniques
and coaching are provided for resumes, interviews and networking.
The Employing Young Talent Incentive supports small businesses to hire and retain assisted youth
ages 15-29 who are not in school.
Eligible employers will receive up to $2000. per participant. Employers receive $1000. upon hiring and $1000. after retaining the youth for six months. Youth and employers must be working with RNC through job matching services and apply for incentives prior to starting the job.
Fewer than 100 employees (including part-time and full-time), counted at the point the youth will start work to receive the first incentive of $1,000.
Hire an ES assisted youth (ages of 15-29) for a job that averages at least 20 hours per week* through
the Job Matching, Placement and Incentives component of the ES program**
Employers are eligible for the second $1000. incentive if the assisted youth is retained for 6 months
Be licensed to operate in Ontario and provide the job in Ontario
*Exceptions to the minimum hours per week requirement can be made for youth with disabilities who
may not have the capability to work an average of 20 hours per week.
**Employers are also required to meet certain service delivery requirements in order to be eligible for Employing Young Talent Incentives (see Service Delivery Eligibility Requirements section below).
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