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Ability Edge Ability Edge is an internship program specifically designed for university, college and high school graduates with disabilities. Graduates obtain a meaningful work experience from six, nine or twelve month internships in fields such as finance, marketing, human resources and computer science.
Health and Safety 101 Health and Safety 101 is an e-course developed by the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) in Ontario, to provide workers 24 years old and younger with important health and safety information.
Job Bank An electronic listing of jobs, work or business opportunities across Canada.
Labour Market Information Provides general and detailed information to help individuals search for work and to make general employment, training and career decisions.
WORKink Canada's most powerful online career development AND employment portal for Canadians with disabilities.
MB4Youth Information on a variety of employment programs and services for students and youth through the provincial government.
Manitoba WorkinfoNET An internet directory that provides information on different aspects of the Manitoba labour market.
Monster.ca Visit the Interview Centre for information on how to prepare yourself for an interview.
Partners for Careers - Aboriginal Employment Information Focuses on the job placement activities for graduates through Partners for Careers. The site has a wealth of information on the products, services and agencies relating to the employment, education and training of Manitoba Aboriginal citizens.
Quintessential Careers More employers are using behavioural interview questions, see what these questions are all about.
Schoolfinder.com A resource on schools, scholarships and careers in Canada.
Student Financial Assistance Program Manitoba Student Aid (MSA) provides supplemental financial assistance for post-secondary education to Manitobans with limited finances. Students can submit a paper application or apply online 24 hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week.
University of Manitoba - Student Employment Services Career Services assists all undergraduates and graduate students at the University of Manitoba with career planning and job search issues. Services include job postings, a variety of workshops, individual consultations, career fairs, publications, resources and information on co-operative education/internship programs.

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