Career Resources

Here you will find resources for your job hunt, resume & cover letter development, etc.

Job Search Resources

Canada Job Bank: Job Bank offered through the Government of Canada intended to help you develop your skills, find gainful employment, and plan your career.

Canada Jobs: Job search database.

Charity Village: A specialized job and volunteer board for Canadian nonprofit professionals helps thousands of organizations find exceptional talent.

Community Outreach Canada: A non-profit organization helping Canadians get connected with leading diversity employers.

Glass Door: Job search engine.

Indeed: Job search engine.

Jobs.ca: Job search engine.

Job Postings: Job search engine.

Jooble: Job search engine.

Monster: Job search engine.

NU Cafe:  Here student's can connect with professional staff and Nipissing Alumni to chat about future careers, post-graduation, etc.

Record of Student Development: The RSD is a co-curricular transcript that students actively build throughout their studies by participating in workshops, training, volunteering, leadership roles, or on-campus employment and logging in to record their involvement on their online RSD account. 

Talent Egg: A job search engine and career resources hub.

Workopolis: Job search engine.

Wow Jobs: Job search engine.

Equity Resources

Indigenous Resources

Aboriginal Careers:  Assisting Indigenous Job Seekers in researching and acquiring opportunities to develop their careers.

Aboriginal Job Board: Specialized online employment network focused on helping members of the Indigenous community find suitable employment.

Diversity Canada: They bring outstanding Aboriginal peoples, people with disabilities, women and visible minorities together with employers who have career opportunities.

First Nations Jobs Online: It is their mission to serve all underrepresented Aboriginal groups, including First Nations, Inuit and Métis, and help people in these communities find opportunities in their desired locations and industries.

Grand River Employment and Training: An Indigenous non-profit organization providing employment and training support to Six Nations band members regardless of their residency, job seekers, and employers across Ontario.

Indigenous Careers: Indigenous Careers is a fast growing network of Indigenous Candidates and inclusive employers-of-choice.

Indigenous Professional Association of Canada: The Indigenous Professional Association of Canada is dedicated to advancing Indigenous leadership in the private, public and social sectors.

Miziew Bilk Aboriginal Employment and Training: They work with Indigenous community members in the Greater Toronto Area to support them in navigating employment and training services.

Nation Talk: Nation Talk is Canada's Premier Aboriginal newswire, employment, event and tender service.

Ontario Native Education Counselling Association: ONECA is an organization comprised of First Nation Education Counsellors and has a job board.

Six Nations Council: Six Nations of the Grand River job postings.

BIPOC Resources

Black Jobs: Their website features the latest well-paying job opportunities for African American job seekers from companies who are sincerely dedicated to diversity hiring in Canada & USA.

ByBlacks.com: ByBlacks.com is an innovative online magazine serving the Black Canadian community funded by the Government of Canada. It contains a list of Black Canadian businesses, events, and other information to support the black community.

Canada's Best Diversity Employers: Canada’s Best Diversity Employers is a competition among Canadian employers that have exceptional workplace diversity and inclusiveness programs, including programs for members of visible minorities. They offer an online tool for finding jobs at some of these companies.

Caribbean African Canadian Social Services: Part of CAFCAN, a registered charitable organization dedicated to strengthening the service framework for African Canadian children, youth and families, Caribbean African Canadian Social Services seeks to help clients succeed in their job search.

Cee Centre for Young Black Professionals: This Toronto-based charity offers training programs and an online job board as part of its mission to address economic and social barriers that affect Black youth (ages 14+) who are not in employment, education or training (NEET). The organization works with Black youth, their families, employers and the community in the following areas: career training, sector growth and social enterprise. 

Diversity Canada: They bring outstanding Aboriginal peoples, people with disabilities, women and visible minorities together with employers who have career opportunities.

Diversity Job Board: This is a popular online destination for diverse job candidates. This platform promotes job opportunities and companies that embrace diversity and inclusion.

James Clark School of Engineering - Diversity & Inclusion Resources for Career Development: James Clark School of Engineering provides a list of external job boards that features companies that support diversity and inclusion, including the BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, people of colour) community.

NexGen Builders Mentoring Program (Toronto Community Benefits Network): This mentoring program supports Black, Indigenous and newcomer communities (with priority for women and youth) who are preparing for work or have been recently employed as apprentices or professionals in the construction industry. NexGen Builders also has an online job board.

Onyx Initiative: Onyx Initiative aspires to be a catalyst for the professional growth and development of Black Canadians as they launch their careers after university/college, helping them through access to placements, mentorship and professional development.

LGBTQ+ Resources

Canada's Best Diversity Employers 2020: recognizes employers across Canada that have exceptional workplace diversity and inclusiveness programs. This competition recognizes successful diversity initiatives in a variety of areas, including programs for LGBT employees.

Canada's LGBT+ Chamber of Commerce: supports LGBT+ businesses, entrepreneurs, students and allies, and helps Canada’s corporate world connect with the LGBT+ business community. It is a leader in supplier diversity and the certifying body in Canada for LGBT+ businesses.

Canada's Top LGBTQ Employers in 2021

Egale

EngiQueers Canada: a nationwide non-profit organization that represents over 30 similar member groups at engineering schools across the country.

exeQutive: A forum for Toronto/GTA-based lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer (LGBTQ) leaders — current and aspiring professionals, executives and entrepreneurs.

Human Rights Legal Support Centre: The Human Rights Legal Support Centre offers human rights legal services to individuals throughout Ontario who have experienced discrimination contrary to Ontario's Human Rights Code.

JobBoard.lgbt: a specialized online employment network that highlights employers who are dedicated to providing unique, interesting, and fulfilling experiences to our growing network of LGBT job seekers.

Ontario HIV Treatment Network Employment Support

Ontario LGBTQ2+ Chamber of Commerce: a federally chartered, non-profit organization with the goal to create an environment in which LGBTQ businesses and professionals can thrive through the sharing of knowledge and resources.

Out and Equal: Out & Equal is the premier organization working exclusively on LGBTQ+ workplace equality.

Out for Work

Out Professionals

The Pink Pages: Toronto’s Lesbian and Gay Community, listings of services, retail and community groups that are LGBTQ friendly.

Pride at Work Canada: Pride at Work Canada empowers Canadian employers to build workplaces that celebrate all employees regardless of gender expression, gender identity, and sexual orientation and offers a job board.

Start Proud: facilitates the professional development of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ+) students as they transition from school to career in order to build a national network within the LGBTQ+ community.

Accessibility Resources

AMI TV Paid Internships for Students with Disabilities: Exciting opportunities await students who have a passion to make a difference every day. AMI will provide a challenging and rewarding experience in the Broadcast industry. 

BMO Internship (Partnered with Lime Connect Canada and Career Edge): Creates opportunities for students and new grads with disabilities through its partners Lime Connect and Career Edge.   

Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work: Job board that assists Canadians with disabilities find meaningful employment.

Career Edge: The Career Edge paid internship program aims to help individuals facing barriers to employment connect with top employers in Canada, secure employment opportunities, and launch meaningful careers.

Disability Equality Index: Is a company truly progressive when it comes to hiring and promoting employees with disabilities? See how companies are rated against an objective benchmark index

DiscoverAbility Network: An online platform that matches job seekers with disabilities with employers looking for skilled candidates. The aim is for employers to outreach to this demographic and find, hire and retain talented candidates who happen to have a disability. They have a variety of types of opportunities including internships.

Diversity Canada: They bring outstanding Aboriginal peoples, people with disabilities, women and visible minorities together with employers who have career opportunities.

Dolphin Consulting and Dolphin DMD: An IT consulting firm that utilizes technology to create a level playing field thereby becoming the first business in Canada to develop barrier-free solutions for persons with disabilities. They have a mentoring program and have facilitated the hiring of people with disabilities with their corporate partners. 

Federal Internship Program for Canadians with Disabilities: a national program that offers internships to Canadians with disabilities. Interns will have the opportunity to develop their work skills and increase their employability. This program will offer 2-year internship opportunities in the federal public service to 125 persons with disabilities between 2019 and 2024. 

Lime Connect: A global not-for-profit organization that's rebranding disability through achievement. They do that by attracting, preparing and connecting high-potential university students and alumni who happen to have disabilities for internships, The Lime Connect Fellowship Program and full-time careers with their corporate partners - the world's leading corporations. Lime Connect also offers scholarship and leadership-building opportunities for students with disabilities.  

Ontario Disability Support Program Employment Supports: A Provincially funded one-on-one employment supports service for persons with disabilities providing help to get ready for work and find a job or start up a business. Choose a service provider in your local area and get supports to get working or start a business.

Ontario Job Opportunity Information Network (JOIN): An information network for people with disabilities.

Ontario Opportunities Fund: This program provides funding for organizations and individuals who want to create initiatives to improve employment opportunities and outcomes for persons with disabilities.

Pursue Your Potential at RBC: A program designed to give persons with disabilities a volunteer-based placement.  Opportunities for joining the team in a paid format is possible and if that occurs, RBC has a “Disability Employee Resources Group-REACH” program that allows individuals with different disabilities to connect and network with each other while developing professionally.

TD Canada Trust Diversity: TD Canada Trust embraces diversity and hires people from a wide range of experiences, backgrounds and abilities.