City of London

The City of London is at the confluence of the Thames River and North Thames River, approximately 200 kilometres from Toronto and Detroit. Known as a regional centre for healthcare and education, London is home to over 422,000 residents. 

There are several employment Service Providers who offer support and programming to help individuals find meaningful and fulfilling employment in London.

Visit the helpful resources section to find tips on career planning, cover letter and resume building, transportation and childcare options, and other tools to help on your employment journey.

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Aerial footage of the Downtown , Midtown and Old East Village neighbourhoods in London Ontario.

London Regional Employment Service Providers in London

ATN Access for Persons with Disabilities Inc.

ATN serves people with disabilities and all types of barriers, with a focus on creating community and belonging by providing whole-person, strength-based supports that empower people to realize their goals and improve their lives. The ATN staff are able to help individuals create winning resumes, research employment and training opportunities, find community resources, apply for jobs, and practice interview skills. 

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Community Employment Choices supports businesses and job seekers in meeting the labour market needs of Middlesex County with job training information, career planning, job search support, job placement opportunities and incentives, as well as referrals to community resources. Community Employment Choices has locations at the Parkhill Library, in Strathroy and the Glencoe Library. 

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Collège Boréal

Collège Boréal’s goal is to produce a highly skilled bilingual workforce that is engaged in French-speaking communities and contributes to the economic, social, and cultural vitality of the province and the country. Learn more about the programming offered, including continuing education, immigration and integration services, and adult upgrading education centre.

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Canadian Hearing Services

The Canadian Hearing Services' Employment Service program focuses on supports for people who are Deaf and hard of hearing, and their unique employment challenges. The CHS Employment Consultants understand the job search challenges and accommodation needs related to hearing loss and aim to support individuals on all aspects of finding a job and will work with potential employers to provide the accommodations required for you to succeed. 

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Employment Solutions

The team at Employment Solutions help individuals with disabilities find work, and help employers create opportunities. The team offers case management, job search programs, candidate development and coaching, and market research analysis. The goal of Employment Solutions is to provide high quality, cost effective, and efficient employment placement and retention services that will promote client independence and community acceptance through proactive planning, job placement techniques, and education. 

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Fanshawe College - Community Employment Services London 

As an Employment Ontario Service Provider, Fanshawe College - Community Employment Services London provides one-stop access to employment and education programs and services through respectful, flexible, and personalized service. They are committed to providing the highest standard of service possible. 

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Goodwill Career Centre

The Goodwill Career Centre offers free services and programs to help individuals navigate career options, build resumes, prepare for job interviews, or look at education and skills training opportunities.

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Hutton House

Hutton House promotes and supports persons with disabilities through learning and life enhancing programs that focus on each individual's strengths, abilities, and interests. 

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Leads Employment Services

Leads Employment Services Employment Services is a not-for-profit employment and skills development agency.  At LEADS, Employment Specialists work with clients who need varying levels of assistance developing skills and accessing employment opportunities, and/or post-employment supports.  They also work with employers who have hiring needs, including screening, matching, and on-boarding, and who want to save money and resources in training and accommodation recommendations.

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London Training Centre

The London Training Centre is a non-profit organization that provides a wide range of skills and training opportunities for individuals. They provide innovative, effective, and integrated training opportunities for people who need new skills to obtain employment, independence, and self-reliance. 

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March of Dimes

March of Dimes' mission is to maximize the independence, personal empowerment, and community participation of people with disabilities. The March of Dimes Canada Employment Services exist to ensure that people with disabilities find and keep meaningful jobs by matching individuals with employers seeking qualified candidates. 

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Pathways Employment Help Centre

Pathways Employment Help Centre connects people to jobs and jobs to people. They help employers develop their workforce, assist individuals prepare to re-enter the job market, and create employment opportunities through social enterprise. They also advocate for eligible individuals to access social benefits. 

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WILL Employment Solutions

WILL Employment Solutions supports job seekers, regulated professionals, and employers throughout Ontario to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to create a prosperous future through meaningful work. They aim to understand how immigrants can be best supported by employers and the communities they call home.

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Youth Opportunities Unlimited

Since 1982, Youth Opportunities Unlimited (YOU) has helped lead youth in London and Middlesex County toward success. YOU believes that investing in youth and strong communities go hand-in-hand, and they know that many youths need guidance and support to reach their potential. Whether in need of basic needs and housing; access to physical, mental or dental health care; or education and employment supports; their services are designed to help youth lead positive lives.

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Last modified:Monday, March 25, 2024