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Service Canada

Service Canada is great resource and has many things to offer, like getting your SIN number, applying for EI, birth certificate, and immigration. You can also get help with filling in specific government forms. There is a variety of information on their website related to life events. Contact through the website or go to their office:

Dawson B. Daphinee Building
77 Dufferin Street, Bridgewater.
http://www.servicecanada.gc.ca/eng/home.shtml

South Shore Work Activity Program (SSWAP)

SSWAP builds employability skills and addresses barriers to employment. They provide transportation, individual employment counseling services and help to direct you to the support you need. They provide hands on training in:

  • Wood Working shop
  • Janitorial services
  • Food Services
  • Reception
  • Life Skills and Personal Development
  • Budgeting
  • Healthy Living
  • Upgrading
  • Workplace Literacy
  • Career Exploration
  • Discovering yourself- An introduction to portfolio Development
  • Customer Service
  • Computer Fundamentals

To get involved with SSWAP call 275-5585 and ask for an application or go to Community Services. SSWAP accepts participants from 18 years of age and above.

Phone: 275-5585
Website: www.sswap.ca
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Did You Know...

Networking is also among your top resource for employment and tapping into the hidden job market. Your network may be friends, family, teachers, past employers etc. The whole point of networking is to let those people know you are seeking employment, the more people they know the better. You may find out about a business hiring but who is not advertising to the public. Businesses also network among each other, and are often able to pass along a resume.