The Guelph Public Library is here to help with your job hunt.
Come into the library and make use of our internet and word processing workstations! We can also help you set up a free email account to send resumes, find books to help you write great cover letters, and locate job postings in your area!
Browse through the following hand-picked sites to get you started...
Job Search Sites:
Search for employment opportunities in Guelph and beyond. Be sure to add your resume to Monster's database, which is accessed by thousands of recruiters every day.
Access a comprehensive list of job postings for Canadians with disabilities.
Local Job Search Sites:
- City of Guelph Careers
- Wellington County Careers
- Conestoga College Career Centre
- University of Guelph Human Resources
- Lutherwood Job Board
- Northern Lights Job Search
- 2nd Chance Employment Counselling Wellington Inc.
- Prior Resource Group Job Board
Even More Job Search Sites:
Tips and Tools:
Working in Canada
This Government of Canada website provides job seekers, workers, and those who are new to the Canadian labour market with the information required to make informed decisions about where to work.
Human Resources and Skills Development Canada
Learn about post-secondary studies, skills development, and the Canadian workplace.
Explore job hunting tips, including advice on writing cover letters and the interview process
Association of Canadian Search, Employment and Staffing Services
Advice for job seekers, including tips on how to select and apply to a staffing company.
Advice on job search tools and career planning for all Canadians.
Job Postings and Tips for Youth:
Campus Career Center
Find entry-level job postings for Canada and the U.S..
Youth Job Bank
Find youth job postings across Canada (except B.C.).
Plan your future - explore and apply to Ontario college programs.
Access reliable advice to help plan your career and job search.