More than 240 Summer Jobs available for youth in Nipissing-Temiskaming

More than 240 Summer Jobs available for youth in Nipissing-Temiskaming

A key pillar of the Government’s plan for youth is a focus on making life more affordable for young Canadians—because when young people have the support they need to thrive, they can contribute to the economy, build a better life for themselves, and play an active role in their communities. The Government is restoring generational fairness by creating opportunities for young Canadians to get the skills they need for well-paying jobs. Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) supports this strategy by helping young people to earn money over the summer, while gaining skills and experience.   

 Today, Anthony Rota, the Member of Parliament for Nipissing-Temiskaming, on behalf of the Honourable Marci Ien, Minister for Women and Gender Equality and Youth, announced that more than 240 Canada Summer Jobs opportunities are now available for youth in Nippissing-Temiskaming. Youth between the ages of 15 and 30 can now find new job opportunities in their communities on the Job Bank website and mobile app. New jobs will continue to be added over the coming weeks.

 Rota says, “Canada Summer Jobs helps connect employers in Nippissing-Temiskaming and across the country with the workforce of the future. I encourage young people to visit today to find many great summer job opportunities in fields that interest them.”


 Through CSJ, youth are able to apply for summer jobs in fields that interest them, whether it be recreation, administration, arts & culture, agriculture, tourism, and more! Youth are encouraged to check Job Bank regularly for updates and to share exciting job opportunities with their friends.

CSJ prioritizes projects that support youth who face barriers to employment. This includes youth with disabilities, Indigenous youth, as well as Black and other racialized youth. By providing all young people with equitable opportunities to develop their skills, Canada Summer Jobs can help them to succeed in the job market.

 Canada Summer Jobs is delivered through the Youth Employment and Skills Strategy (YESS) and is part of a wide variety of programs offered by the Government of Canada to help youth gain the skills, education, and work experience they need to successfully transition into the workforce.

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