Community organizations that specialize in employment can help you re-enter society and the workforce. To find the help you need, see the Répertoire des organismes spécialisés en employabilité .
Supported by funding from Emploi-Québec, these organizations focus on specialized fields, supplementing the services offered by local employment centres (CLEs). They form a Québec-wide network.
Community organizations are grouped according to the type of services offered or the client groups served.
Job search centres provide intensive services to help you find work, including technical support, job search strategies and the coaching you need to land the best job possible, as quickly as possible.
Job integration companies offer employees in training a 26-week program that allows them to acquire skills and hands-on knowledge while receiving all the support and coaching they need to succeed.
RQuODE member organizations assist people who are having trouble joining the labour market. Located in every region of Québec, they offer services tailored to the needs of their clientele.
Participants in a practice firm learn job-search techniques, experience what international trade is all about and can acquire or expand their computer knowledge. They can also improve their French and attend English workshops.
Youth employment forums are community organizations located throughout Québec. They support and guide young adults between the ages of 16 and 35 in looking for work, going back to school or starting a small business.
The primary mission of RSSMO member organizations is to develop the employability of participants to facilitate their social and vocational integration and enable them to become more financially self-sufficient.
The primary mission of the ROSEPH is to promote employment integration, reintegration and job maintenance of persons with disabilities.
A number of organizations throughout Québec help women take their place in the labour market. They have acquired vast expertise in helping women enter male-dominated trades.