Participating Employers

Employment Access Centres

Welcome to the Y’s Employment Access Centres. Let our team of employment experts help you find work! Our employment services are designed to help you reach your goals, and there is no cost to participate. We understand the challenges of looking for a new job or transitioning careers, and we’re here to help. The expertise of our staff will help you learn everything you need to have a successful job search and develop a personalized plan that works for you.

Welcome! VJFEast are a series of Virtual Job Fairs running in Eastern Ontario, coordinated by the Centre for Workforce Development and supported by the Employment Ontario Employment Service Provider network. To access the Job Fair, Job Seekers must be registered. If you have not registered yet, we invite you to register now.

why should you register

There are lots of job opportunities across Eastern Ontario, from full-time to part-time, from traditional to remote. The job fairs will easily connect you – from wherever you are – with employers seeking to hire people. It is designed to bring employers and job seekers together virtually, for jobs that that are in-demand across Eastern Ontario. Come discover your next job in this fantastic part of Ontario!

What can I do in the VJFEast Remote Virtual Job Fair?

  • View exciting jobs from companies in Eastern Ontario.
  • Prepare for this event by learning what companies will be participating, the positions they will be recruiting for AND the specific skill sets they are seeking.
  • Share your resume with the companies hiring.
  • Chat with business recruiters about their available jobs and their company culture.
  • Get interviewed right there through chat and audio conference.
  • Talk with Employment Ontario Service Provider staff and get help with your job search.

Are you a job seeker? Learn about our Employment Services

Looking forward to helping you find your next
exciting job in Eastern Ontario!

Good Luck and happy job hunting!


This Employment Ontario project is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario.