My Startr isn’t just a set of programs and services it's a community.

And communities flourish when everyone contributes their knowledge, skills, experience and creative thinking. We’re constantly adding to this dimension of MyStartr, sharing ideas on how to make our platform even better as we advance youth employment across Canada.

MyStartr: The Podcast

Building your confidence. Pitching your strengths. Communicating more effectively. Working with a team. Igniting your creativity. These are the kinds of things young people think about as they take on the job market. Whether you’re polishing your resume, have an interview coming up or are getting ready for day one on the job, you’ll want to tune into our regular podcasts for tips, insights, stories and more!

The Resource Centre

Need a model resume or cover letter? A quick guide to networking? A workbook to help you prepare for job interviews? The Resource Centre has dozens of tools, templates, checklists and tip sheets — and we’re adding more all the time.

Networking Workbook

Networking can be overwhelming and intimidating but this workbook can help you break it down to small manageable parts. Learn what networking is, how to pitch yourself and how to grow your network even with little work experience.

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Interview Workbook

Preparing for an interview is one of the most important parts of your path to a job. This workbook is designed to help you understand how to answer common interview questions and how to bring your best to a potential future employer. 

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Our partner network

MyStartr’s network of community organizations can support you on everything from managing finances to mental health challenges to maintaining fitness and well-being.

Secure your first job Take your first step along the path to a good job - and a future career.

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