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What do you want to do?

Find a Job

Start my own thing

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I'm not sure

People who can help...

Employment Solutions Society

ESS has been one of the most resourceful links to us in creating this site for you. They offer services in Resume Building, Interview Skills, Job Search Tool Kit, and many more workshops to set you in the right direction to obtaining employment. Those workshops are free of charge. Computer use for job search and resume writing is also a free service, that anyone can take advantage of. They offer specialized services to peoples with disability, ranging from physical, to someone who has anxiety or dyslexia. Visiting ESS can be your biggest step toward your job, career, education and future!

215 Dominion Street Bridgewater
Website:  www.empsolutions.ca

Addiction & Mental Health Services

A safe and comfortable place where an individual can go to receive counseling, assessments, group treatments and the specific care they may need. Addiction & Mental Health Services provide high quality care for those in need of their services. They are able to give advice towards the prevention and reduction of self harm, involving tobacco, alcohol, other drugs, and any type substances or acts that can endanger your well being.

Website: www.mentalhealthsouthshore.ca

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Did You Know...

Self-exploration gives you an idea of who you really are, what you want, what you like, what you are comfortable with and where you want to go in life.

You can explore more about this in the following ways:

  • Self-assessments, such as Career Cruising
  • Workshops, such as Personality Dimensions (True Colours)
  • Reflecting on your hobbies, likes, dislikes and interests
  • Thinking about your skills, values, personal traits and talents
  • Creating long and short term goals for your future
  • Through volunteering
  • Having conversations with people you respect and allies
  • Doing art, playing music, journaling or other creative pursuits
  • Taking a gap year