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Employment Services

Objective:

We aim at assisting landed immigrants and convention refugees to achieve equal access to the Canadian job market through a range of employment programs and services. Job seekers will obtain the essential job finding information and skills, e.g. networking, effective resume writing, answers to questions frequently asked at job interviews, labour market trends, salary ranges, labour laws, etc. by visiting our Employment Resource Centre (ERC) or participating in employment support programs. Job seekers can also find the latest job vacancies on our ERC Job Boards and via useful job web sites.

The seven major areas of services are:

  • Professional Development and Small Business Resource Centre
  • Employment Resources Centre (ERC) (Job posting boards; access to the use of telephones, computers, fax machines and resource books)
  • Employment Counselling
  • Employment-related workshops
  • Pre-employment training courses
  • Resume writing and interview skills clinics

For more information, please call 416-293-4565 ext.119.

Mentorship Program

Our professional mentors will help new immigrants with professional backgrounds and experience to take their first steps towards their targeted profession in Canada by establishing networks, enhancing their career development and maximizing job search opportunities. Support is provided in areas including job search strategies, resume writing, interview skills, as well as professional accreditation guidance and licensing requirements.

For more information, please call 416-293-4565 ext 114.

BUILDING CONNECTIONS Employment Essentials Program

This program is designed to support you with exploring career options, enhancing life skills and employability, and connecting you to employment opportunities.

To be eligible, participants must be receiving Ontario Works (OW). For more information, please call
416-292-7510, ext. 108, or contact your Caseworker.

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