Resources for Youth
Resume and SIN
Looking for employment and don’t know where to start? Checkout the links below to help you get started on your resume and applying for your SIN.
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Opening a bank account
Check out the links below on how to open a bank account
Ensure that you’re eligible to open an account, then choose a bank and account type. Go to the bank, and ask to open an account. Remember to ask important questions before finalizing your account, and to supply the necessary information….
Maintaining a bank account has become an essential part of modern living. Without a bank account, it can be difficult to pay bills, get paid by your employer, or keep track of your money. Learning how to get a bank account will allow you…
Are you ready to step-up and take a fresh look at your future? YWCA NextStep Mentorship connects you with one-to-one, group and peer mentorship so you can plan your career trajectory and land your dream job.
Dictionary and Thesaurus
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Housing resources for youth
Pacific Community Resources provides youth & family support, education programs, employment services, counselling & housing support in Greater Vancouver.
Find locations, hours, and other details for permanent and winter shelters throughout Vancouver.
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Homeless, lost and afraid, more than 1,300 street-involved youth come to Covenant House Vancouver each year to find sanctuary and a brighter future.