Summer Jobs Service

This Ontario government program can help you find a summer job.The SJS program runs from April 1st to September 30th and offers a range of resources, support and services to ensure students have opportunities to prepare for and access work.

It also provides a $2/hour wage support for jobs with businesses and farms, as well as with not-for-profit and other community organizations.

Who can participate?

Summer Jobs Service is available if you are:

Students may obtain applications:

Businesses and community organizations can apply to receive the wage support.

Local businesses and organizations can obtain the latest version of the SJS applications here:

Employer Applications may be returned in person to Community Employment Services, as well as by fax (519-539-7833) or mail to the attention of Employer Services. Email contact is - EmployerServices@ceswoodstock.org

Employers please ensure you are using the latest version of the SJS forms obtained from the links above.

More information about Ontario Summer Jobs Service (SJS) can be found at the Ontario Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities website.