Provides persons with a self-identified disability, a variety of resources and interventions, to prepare for, obtain and maintain employment.
SECC Employment Services helps individuals who are unemployed and out of school to find and secure employment. All services are free.
Summer Jobs Service provides students 15-30 years of age with work experience during the summer months starting in April. Hiring incentives of $2.00 per hour is available to employers who provide summer jobs. Year round assistance with resume preparation and job searching for students is available to help them secure summer employment or part-time jobs while attending school. Employers can post job opportunities for students throughout the year.
The Community Access Program (CAP) provides Canadians with public access to computers and the Internet and to increase their capabilities with information technology.
Provides adults with literacy and numerical tutoring in one-on-one or group settings to enhance their potential.