Assistance for Planning Your Career
Quickly find assistance when looking for a job
Information, for example on government programs, and online tools are available to help you find a job.
The interactive tool Questionnaire to Guide Your Job Search is designed to help you quickly find the right information and the types of assistance available. It is accessible at all times. It assesses your situation and indicates the resources that will help you in your job search.
Guidance counsellors can provide you with information on school-based training and professional development. Some guidance counsellors work in the public system (French only) (e.g., in public schools, school boards, colleges, universities, local employment centres (CLEs) and community organizations), while others work in the private system (French only) and charge for their services.
LMI (Labour Market Information) Online
On-the-job mentoring is similar to business mentoring. It involves a mentor providing assistance and support to a mentoree.
A mentor is a person with extensive professional experience who assists and supports a person with less experience, the mentoree.
Advantages of on-the-job mentoring
Mentorees have access to useful advice and tools that can help them become self-reliant, develop a vision, achieve professional objectives, and rise to the challenges of planning their career. In addition, mentorees can look to their mentor’s network for help when their mentor lacks the expertise needed to meet one of their needs.
Finding an on-the-job mentor
Some large businesses have formal mentoring programs. Smaller businesses may take a more informal approach and leave it up to you to ask a more experienced staff member to act as your mentor.