Strategies & Actions

Xperience Annex

NOTICE: Xperience Annex is currently closed due to COVID-19

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Survey: Talk to us about Employment

The City of Hamilton values its youth and the strong voice they bring to important issues impacting the city.

Through our conversations with youth in Hamilton, employment was identified as a key priority. We would like to hear directly from our youth in Hamilton about what their experience has been with navigating job and career opportunities in the city. To do this, we have developed a survey, in collaboration with our youth team. The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete and will help to create employment initiatives for youth age 14-29.


In Hamilton, there is a wide variety of high-quality education and employment services aimed at helping Hamilton’s youth achieve their full potential. With so many choices, this journey can sometimes feel like a maze.

By connecting and collaborating with education, health care and employment providers, the Xperience Annex supports youth ages 18-29 in achieving their goals.  Our youth navigator understands the challenges youth face and helps them prepare them for their future by creating pathways to community services and employment. The Xperience Annex is a partnership initiative between the City of Hamilton and community partners, with funding from the Local Poverty Reduction Fund.

Xperience Annex is open!

Come talk to our Youth Navigator.

Patrick Fusaro
905-546-2424 ext. 5310
[email protected]

For referrals, please fill out the Xperience Annex referral form.

Annex Newsletter

Read the Xperience Annex Newsletter (PDF, 223 KB)

Xperience Annex Hours

  • Monday to Wednesday: 10 am to 6 pm
  • Thursday and Friday: 9 am to 5 pm
  • Saturdays: Usually the first Saturday of the month from 9 am to 2 pm

Please be advised that the posted hours may change without notice. It is recommended that you call prior to visiting.

The Circuit 4.0 by Hamilton Public Library

The Circuit 4.0 is a collaborative and creative space located on Central Library’s 4th floor featuring a Makerspace, a Digital Media Lab, performance space as well as individual and group meeting space. It is an adaptable space that can accommodate 400 people for concerts and author readings or can be divided into smaller components for group meetings and individual study. All you need to get started is a library card in good standing and a completed Makerspace user form.


City School by Mohawk College

Launched in the Fall of 2015, City School by Mohawk brings Hamilton’s college into the community. City School offers tuition-free courses and workshops and serves as a base camp for the journey to post-secondary education.