Provided by: MyStartr
Through coaching and workshops, offers help to show employers why youth clients would be a great addition to their team.
- Get job-ready
- Starts where you are – in school or out of school, working full-time, part-time or still looking. From there, step one in getting job-ready is to talk about where you hope to go next and how you can land an entry-level role that moves you forward along that path.
- Matching you
- Explore employer profiles to see what companies are looking for. Coaches offer their take on opportunities that look like a good fit. Shares practical advice from employers and early-career employees and builds a learning program focused on skills and qualities that help you stand out in the youth talent pool.
- Interview time
- Look at upcoming employer hiring events in your region. For any that are promising, an interview is arranged. If you are a match for an upcoming hiring event, you get an guaranteed interview. Provides workshops and personal coaching on how to tell your story, highllight your strengths, answer questions well and stand out from the crowd. Tailored interview prep for each employer, giving what questions to expect. On the interview day, staff is virtually with you, keeping things calm and focused and wait to hear how it went and share any feedback received. Clarify next steps.
- Day 1 onward
- Once you have a firm job offer, team helps you nail down all the details with the employer. Team stays in touch to offer tips and support and to help navigate what comes next in this job or the one it leads to.
* Run in partnership with Regina Work Preparation Centre
Youth aged 15 - 30.
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