Employment Services

Employment Services

Amalgame Montréal Inc.
5970 Bannantyne, Verdun, QC,
H4H 1H8

Amalgame Montréal’s mission is to allow people with physical disabilities to participate in a daily activity using their working skills, to break isolation and to get them involved in their community. Amalgame Montréal Inc is innovative in its take charge empowerment formula by adapting work to the abilities of its members.leur milieu.

http://www.amalgamemontreal.com
514-362-9551
French
Carrefour interculturel et de média communautaire de Verdun
3988 Wellington, Verdun, QC,
H4G 1V3
514-362-8531
Cible Retour à l’emploi
3517 LaSalle, Verdun, QC,
H4G 1Z4

Since its inauguration in November, 1995, Cible Retour à l’Emploi has continually distinguished itself through its contribution to local economic development by presenting job search workshops for the unemployed, whose numbers have risen since.

http://www.cibleretour.com
514-362-7340
English, French
Club de Recherche d’Emploi du Sud-Ouest de Montréal (CRESOM)
7625 Newman, LaSalle, QC,
H8N 1X7

The Club de recherche d’emploi du Sud-Ouest de Montréal has been offering its services to all job seekers free of charge since 1992. Four qualified employment counselors are available to provide help in French or in English.

http://www.cresom.com
514-366-0660
English, French
CyberCap
20 Queen, Montréal, QC,
H3C 1T4

Active since 2000, CyberCap is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to improve the situation of at-risk youth, both personally and professionally. By focusing on digital media as a way to motivate, CyberCap implements innovative projects that provide structure to individuals aged 11 to 25 in order to contribute to their academic and professional achievement.

http://www.cybercap.qc.ca
514-861-7700
French
La Comité d’Adaptation de la Main-d’oeuvre (CAMO)
55 Mont-Royal O. #300, Montréal, QC,
H2T 2S6

The Comité d’adaptation de la main-d’œuvre (CAMO) for the physically impaired, has a mission to enable access to education and jobs for the physically impaired.

http://www.camo.qc.ca
514-522-3310
French
Organisation d’Aide aux Sans Emploi (ODAS)
2515 Delisle #209, Montréal, QC,
H3J 1K6

Advocates for the rights of unemployed welfare recipients in the southwest area of Montréal and on the West Island.

http://www.cam.org/~odas
514-932-3926
French
Renaissance
7250 Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC,
H2R 2X9

Offers a job training service with guaranteed hours.

http://www.renaissancequebec.ca
514-276-3626
French
Verdun Employment Centre
1055 Galt, Verdun, QC
H4G 2R1

Offers employments and income security services.

514-864-6646
English, French
Verdun Youth Employment Centre
4005 Wellington, Verdun, QC,
H4G 1V6

The mission of our organization is to facilitate the socio-occupational integration of young adults from 16 to 35 years old, whatever their economic situation may be. We offer specialized needs-evaluation, intervention, reference and follow up services, while respecting their individuality in order to improve their quality of life.

http://www.sipcje.org
514 767-9971
English, French