Launch Your Career with NPower in 2017!
Apply now for our upcoming programs:
*Click on each program to learn more
To be eligible you must:
Be 18-29 years old
Have completed high school or equivalency
Possess a valid Social Insurance Number
Demonstrate strong verbal and written English language proficiency (Canadian Language Benchmark 7 or higher)
Your Source for Top Junior Tech Talent
Our talented alumni are currently working at Soroc Technology, RBC, Deloitte, Virgin Mobile, Cognizant, Rogers, TDot Performance, Synnex Canada, Bullfrog Power, CDI Computers, Morneau Shepell and other leading companies.
NPower Canada candidates are fully trained, vetted and ready to hit the ground running in IT support roles such as:
Jr. Web Developer
Help Desk Analyst
Mobile App Tester
Deskside Support Specialist
Field Service Technician
Project Control Officer
Interested in Enrolling?
To apply to Toronto TSC, please click the link below and complete a brief Interest Form. This form should take approximately 10 minutes to complete. Once submitted, the TSC team will review your information and follow up with you directly. If you are a fit for the program, you will be asked to complete a full online application which builds on the information provided in your Interest Form.
To learn more about recruiting an intern or employee from our talent pool, please contact:
Denisse Alejo, Senior Manager, Employer Engagement
More About Our Toronto, Canada Office
NPower Canada has opened its doors at Ryerson University. The office will serve as the headquarters for Technology Service Corps Canada and The Community Corps Canada.
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Youth unemployment stands above 20%, among the highest in Canada. At the same time, 106,000 more Information and Communication Technology (ICT) workers will need to be hired to meet Canadian employer demands by 2016 (ICTC-CTIC, Outlook 2011-2016). While women comprise 47% of the workforce, only 29% of ICT workers are female. Similarly, although new Canadians are 20% of the workforce, but only comprise 5% of ICT workers (Ryerson University, 2008). NPower Canada is committed to closing the diversity gap and providing young adults with the opportunity and tech skills to help them achieve their potential.
Technology Service Corps Canada:
We provide free technology and professional skills training. The program includes technical classes, mentoring from business leaders, internships and career development workshops at leading corporations and nonprofits, industry-recognized certifications as well as employment and alumni services. More than 80% of our alumni are employed or pursuing higher education within one year of graduation.
Young adult students participate in an extensive 5-6 month program that includes detailed classroom work, professional mentoring, internship and job placement support.
- Successful applicants must have achieved a high school diploma and be legal to work in Canada (ages 18-29)
- Graduates are required to successfully complete all coursework and have a strong attendance record, including during the internship period
The Community Corps Canada is a skills-based volunteering program connecting technology professionals with high impact nonprofits and innovative education partners. Our tech volunteers enable schools and nonprofits across North America to use technology more effectively and inspire the next generation to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
NPower Canada Founding Partners:
- RBC Foundation
- Tata Consultancy Services
- Virgin Mobile RE*Generation
- Ryerson University
- United Way Toronto
- Metcalf Foundation
- Michael "Pinball" Clemons Foundation
For Further Information:
Carly Dwyer, Marketing and Communications Manager
c/o Diversity Institute
350 Victoria Street
Toronto ON M5B 2K3
NPower Canada is a registered charity. Charitable Registration #: 82283 0436 RR0001.