Dixon Hall Employment Services is now accepting referrals for The Incubator, an 8-week program for youth aged 18-29 offering a combination of technical skills training, career planning, opportunities, and activities as well as practical on-site job training experience in two sectors: 1. Trade/Construction and 2. Hospitality.
Dixon Hall will provide $750 to each participant upon the completion of this program. Interested youth are encouraged to apply now for the September 7th start date.
18-29 years of age
Ontario Works (OW) client or OW dependent
Computer and internet access and ability to commit to full program
Interested applicants are asked to contact their caseworker for a referral or to get in touch with Dixon Hall Employment Services by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 416-999-5129. For more information visit theincubator.ca
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