As a skilled immigrant, you can benefit from joining a network in a number of ways:
- Develop professional relationships and networks in your field
- Participate in events, programs and activities to help you become job-ready such as mentoring programs and professional development sessions
- Get advice and support on the licensing process for regulated professions
- Access information on labour market trends, employment opportunities and programs
- Gain experience by volunteering
Note: Some networks have events that are open to non-members. We encourage you to look through the directory and contact the networks to learn more.
Check out our Immigrant's Path to Employment Video
Other useful links:
|The Working in Canada website is a Government of Canada site that provides job seekers, workers and those who are new to the Canadian labour market with the information required to make informed decisions about where to live and work.|
|This Government of Canada link leads to a range of resources, including a workbook for newcomers, to help new immigrants before they come to Canada and after they arrive.|
|Settlement.org is a portal funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada to provide a one-stop shop for all immigrant employment and settlement inquiries.|
|Most immigrant employment resources can be accessed through this Government of Ontario portal. It lists bridge and language training programs in Ontario.|
TRIEC’s Finding Talent video can help skilled immigrants with resume preparation and interviewing tips.
The Mentoring Partnership brings together recent skilled immigrants and established professionals in occupation-specific mentoring relationships. Skilled immigrants entering the program have the education, experience, and language skills they need to succeed in the labour market. They need the local insights and access to professional networks that only a one-to-one professional connection with a mentor can offer.
CASIP is a consortium of agencies and colleges that collaborate to provide employment services to skilled immigrants in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). CASIP member organizations provide skilled immigrants with:
|As Canada’s most international bank with presence in some 50 countries around the world, Scotiabank understands the unique needs of Canada’s multicultural communities. The Scotiabank StartRight® Program was designed specifically for newcomers to make settling in Canada easier, with simple solutions to help newcomers get started right away and more comprehensive solutions to help them plan their dreams. To learn more about how the right solutions and advice from a Scotia® advisor have helped newcomers succeed in Canada, click here.|
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