Established in 1967, Cambrian College has been a leading post-secondary institution in Northern Ontario, with more than 80 programs. Cambrian’s main campus is in Greater Sudbury, with satellite centres in Espanola and Little Current. We are a diverse learning community, and the home-away-from-home for a growing number of Indigenous and International students looking to hone workforce-ready skills in a supportive and innovative learning environment. The College is also a perennial top-50 research college in Canada and is home to a Technology Access Centre (TAC) for Smart Mining.
Discover the range of services and facilities we offer to support students and employers in today’s increasingly competitive marketplace. Explore everything we have to offer and see Cambrian for yourself, visit www.cambriancollege.ca.
Funded by the government of Ontario, Employment Options free service connects job seekers with employers. We have a pool of training-ready candidates with various educational backgrounds and skill levels to meet your immediate and long-term staffing requirements. Employers who are looking to hire staff can advertise job openings through our Information and Resource service. In addition, our staff can provide employers with screening and recruiting services to meet their business needs. Some of the services we offer for employers:
Free job posting in our resource centre, on our website and through social media.
Assistance with candidate screening, resulting in savings in recruitment time, and advertising costs.
Job trial options to ensure you hire the right candidate.
Regular follow-ups with employers to ensure that the candidate is meeting your expectations
3183 Errington Avenue Unit 5, Chelmsford, ON P0M 1L0
Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario
FedNor is the Government of Canada’s economic development organization for Northern Ontario. Through its programs and services, and through its financial support of projects that lead to job creation and economic growth, FedNor works with businesses and community partners to build a stronger Northern Ontario.
The Greater Sudbury Development Corporation (GSDC) is a not-for-profit agency of the City of Greater Sudbury and is governed by an 18-member Board of Directors. The GSDC oversees a $1 million Community Economic Development (C.E.D.) Fund through funds received from the City of Greater Sudbury. They are also responsible for overseeing the distribution of the Arts and Culture Grants and the Tourism Development Fund through the Tourism Development Committee. Through these funds they support the economic growth and sustainability of our community. The Economic Development division of the City of Greater Sudbury is focused on growing the local economy by supporting our local businesses, attracting investment opportunities, and promoting export opportunities. We assist in attracting and retaining workers to support our businesses with their workforce development needs.
705-674-4455 ext. 4411
First floor, 200 Brady Street Tom Davies Square Stn A, PO Box 5000 Sudbury, ON P3A 5P3
Laurentian University (French: Université Laurentienne) is a mid-sized bilingual university in Greater Sudbury, Ontario, Canada, incorporated on March 28, 1960. While primarily focusing on undergraduate programming, Laurentian also houses the east campus of Canada’s newest medical school—the Northern Ontario School of Medicine, which opened in 2005. Its school of Graduate Studies offers a number of graduate-level degrees. Laurentian is the largest bilingual provider of distance education in Canada.
705-675-1151 ext. 4064
935 Ramsey Lake Road Sudbury, Ontario P3E 2C6
Northern Policy Institute/institut des politiques du Nord
Northern Policy Institute is Northern Ontario’s independent think tank. We perform research, collect and disseminate evidence, and identify policy opportunities to support the growth of sustainable Northern Ontario communities.
Our operations are located in Thunder Bay and Sudbury to enhance Northern Ontario’s capacity to take the lead position on socio-economic policy that impacts Northern Ontario and Canada as a whole.
Workforce Planning for Sudbury & Manitoulin (WPSM) conducts research and provides labour market information on industry and workforce trends from both a supply and demand perspective. WPSM connects with stakeholders from various sectors, collaborates on partnership projects, activities and programs to address current and emerging labour market issues, and supports workforce development and economic growth strategies.