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We know how to tough it can be for young people to find work out there. A common challenge goes something like this: the job you want requires experience, but how are you supposed to have experience in a job you're trying to get? We get it and we're here to help.

The City's Youth Employment and Career Development Strategy has three primary objectives:

  • To help young people gain work experience and exposure to City functions and projects;
  • To facilitate the school-to-work transition by helping students draw relevant skills and knowledge from their education and apply these in the workplace; and,
  • To demonstrate leadership by showcasing City initiatives and engaging community stakeholders and businesses to provide career opportunities for young people.

Current Employment & Volunteer Opportunities

Below is a list of current job and volunteer opportunities for youth in North Vancouver. Be sure to check the YWCA Work BC website for more information.

Contact us if you have a job or volunteer opportunity you'd like us to post.


Helpful Resources

  • Volunteer to be part of the City's Youth Week Committee
  • The One Stop Career Shop for Youth, near Lonsdale Quay, assists students in developing their career goals and finding work experience.
  • Government of BC's Career Applied Programs provides useful information and resources to help students with their career planning.
  • Federal Youth Employment Information lets you learn more about careers, money, volunteering, education and jobs-framed for youth.
  • Work BC provides answers to your questions about the key industries in BC, what a specific job is really like and how to know if a job is right for you.
  • Wired 4 Success Youth Employment Program. Contact John Stoffer, Manager at 604-988-1052 or jstoffer@bowmanemployment.com for more information.
  • Aboriginal Community Career Employment Services Society (ACCESS) provides funding, training, and employment services for the urban Aboriginal Community in Metro Vancouver. Call 604-922-4077 for more information.
  • Eslha7an Employment and Training Centre Youth Programs provides a summer youth employment program for First Nations youth 15-19 years and a post-secondary school program. Call 604-985-7711 for more information.

Youth Events

Check out our Community Event Calendar to stay up-to-date with what's happening around the City, from the latest opportunity to help out in the community to concerts, festivals and career fairs.

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