Did you finish school very early? Do you have trouble finding work? Have you been out of the job market for a long time? Have you recently arrived in Quebec? Are you encountering obstacles to finding work?
We are always recruiting people who are ready to receive training and acquire new work experience.


Customized training

You will participate in many individual and group training sessions. You will also be accompanied and supported throughout your training by your counsellor and the training team.

Renaissance offers you:

Paid work
35 hours per week at the minimum wage;

Personal and social training
Your counsellor accompanies you and helps you to improve your quality of life;

Theoretical and practical training
Your management team is there to support you and help you to learn the necessary skills during your training. At Renaissance, you will live the reality of the work place through concrete work experience;

Efficient tools and personalized support to help you to find a job, to keep it or to return to school;

An employment reference;

Support for job searches for a period of two years following the end of the training.


Information Sessions

Would you like to know more on our job training program and to register for an information session?

Call us at 514-276-3626 to find out the date of the next information session. The information sessions are held at the Renaissance Head Office, located at 7250 Saint Laurent Boulevard next to the De Castelnau Metro station (blue line).


Admission criteria

To be eligible for training at Renaissance you must:

  • Be 18 years or older; 
  • Be a resident of Montreal, Laval or Brossard ; 
  • Be a welfare recipient, or on employment insurance, or without income; 
  • Be a Canadian citizen, landed immigrant (permanent resident) or a refugee with a work permit valid for more than six months; 
  • Be unemployed. Not be a full time student; 
  • Be available 35 hours a week: days, evenings and weekends; 
  • Have a basic knowledge of the French language and math.


Available training

Sales clerk-sorter-cashier
(only at the Fripe-Prix stores)

Sort, ticket and do the stock rotation of the clothing in the sales area, serve the clients and use the cash register.

Sales clerk-sorter-cashier

Housekeeping attendant

Clean and wash the floors, the windows, the walls and counters in the store, as well as manage the inventory of cleaning products. Help to do minor repairs.

Housekeeping attendant

Stock handler

Load and unload the trucks and help clients to carry their purchases.

Stock handler

Bookkeeping clerk
(Two training positions per year, only available at the Head Office)

Check the deposits and the cash receipts, treat the accounts payable as well as do the bank reconciliations. Answer phone calls.

Bookkeeping clerk




clerk-cashier at the Bay
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