TORONTO — McDonald’s Canada has partnered with Junior Achievement of Canada to help students in communities across the country secure their first jobs.
“Students need to be prepared for their future success no matter their chosen career path. As one of Canada’s largest youth employers, McDonald’s plays an important role in preparing our young people for the future and providing them with the tools they need to succeed,” said Stephen Ashworth, president and CEO (Acting), Junior Achievement of Canada.
McDonald’s will work with Junior Achievement of Canada, one of Canada’s largest youth business educators, to help students develop a career plan, start a company and find opportunities to express their innovative spirit.
Success 101, the partnership’s first initiative, was a workshop held in Toronto recently; it focused on interview training tips and techniques.