Your Path to a job.
Who’s the best person to decide what kind of job is right for you and what goals you want to achieve? You are.
No one knows your strengths better than you. The kind of work that interests you. Your dreams for the future. You just need to get on employers’ radar. When they look for promising candidates in the national youth talent pool, they should see you. And to make sure that happens, you could probably use a bit of help tuning up your skills, connecting with employers and showing them what you have to offer.
That’s where MyStartr comes in. We get to know you. Use our networks to find great opportunities – and guaranteed interviews. And then we’ll help you bring your best self to conversations with potential employers.
Explainer Video See how MyStartr helps you get a job
Here’s what young people say about InterviewME:
“The InterviewME team was incredibly supportive during and after the interview process. They prepared us with what to expect for our interview and tips on how to land the job! I even came across a few technical issues along the way but the team helped me and even followed up with a personal phone call to ensure a great experience. InterviewMe gave me the great opportunity to sell myself at a guaranteed interview and showed me that landing a job isn’t as hard as it seems.”
Celeste (Alberta InterviewME Participant, 2021)
"The InterviewME support and preparation experience was amazing. I believe that the preparation really did help me get ready for the interview experience because without it, I wouldn't have had the knowledge I did going into the interview. With the preparation I was able to think before I could say, and it was overall very well thought out to help us youth/young adults get ready for an interview we were all nervous for."
Nicolas (BC InterviewME Participant, 2021)
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MyStartr never stops
As you grow in your job, we’re right there with you. And as young people and employers tell us their goals for the future, we’re listening so we can build new programs and platforms to support them.