Career Partners


The PJHL is proud to foster relationships with other like-minded organizations that share our values throughout the province that want to promote the futures, dreams, education, and employment of today's youth. It is of the utmost importance that our league sets up our players in a way that kickstarts their careers and lives.

Our league works with organizations that assist those in becoming skilled workers, including Indigenous people in Canada.  We also affiliate with those who promote the skilled trades to young people and ensure they have access to affordable apprenticeships and training. We continue to strive for integrity, professionalism, sportsmanship, personal growth, and community through everything we do.

Below are just a few of the organizations that the PJHL is honoured to call our partners, and the list is growing.  Our league is happy to open a dialogue with individuals and organizations that share our values, and want to help build a future for all of our athletes.



Canadian Union of Skilled Workers


The CUSW has a long history of standing up for workers, protecting their rights, and making safe working conditions and good pay and benefits a priority.  For workers looking to join a union that is based on fairness and member participation.
To learn more and apply click here

The Labourers' Union

LiUNA 1059

Local 1059 represents its members by negotiating collective agreements with employers for conditions of employment, including workplace safety requirements, fair wages, overtime, and pension and benefits. The Local also refers construction members to employers for exclusive employment.
To learn more and apply click here

Ontario Provincial Police


The Ontario Provincial Police is one of North America's largest deployed police services with more than 5,500 uniformed officers, 2,500 civilian employees and 600 Auxiliary officers. We provide essential services that ensure the safety and security of the people of the Province of Ontario.
to learn more and apply click here