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During one’s job search process, every newcomer is faced with a number of questions and challenges. We understand where this comes from and there are ways to get around such hurdles. From mastering the art of networking to preparing for interviews, this section makes for a handy resource to help you find the job you want to secure.

Find online mentoring with Canada InfoNet

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Canada InfoNet is an online mentoring program that connects soon-to-be immigrants with Canadian mentors. With both participants having experience in the same profession, the relationship opens up a wealth of knowledge to the mentee before they even come to the country. They can ask questions and get advice from their mentor, and the connection can […]

Speed Mentoring Marathon – The fast track to mentorship

How to set up a successful informational interview – Career Coach Brian Epstein

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What are informational interviews or meetings? How can you use them to advance your career? Informational interviews can serve as great inspiration for finding new work opportunities and making yourself stand out from other competition in the job market. Career Coach Brian Epstein gives all the basics on what exactly an informational meeting is and […]

A look inside the Canadian publishing industry

Online resource hub for career success: e-ACCES

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e-ACCES is an online resource collection that equips newcomer job seekers with information that can help them find meaningful work in Canada. The site is an international extension of ACCES Employment, a Toronto-based non-profit organization that campaigns for a fully inclusive labour force in Canada. e-ACCES helps job seekers to prepare for career success through […]

New pilot to support visible minority newcomer women

OSLT at Humber College helps newcomers adjust to working in Canada

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For newcomers with years of experience in their sector, transporting their skills to a Canadian workplace can be difficult without a bit of language training. Along with other colleges across the country, Humber College in Toronto offers a number of occupational specific language training (OSLT) programs that can help professional immigrants adjust to working in […]

An immigrant success story: Gurpreet Bajwa

Understand Canadian workplace trends with TRIEC Mentoring Partnership

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TRIEC Mentoring Partnership is a program that links skilled immigrants to mentors who are experienced in their occupational field. Learning from a mentor gives new immigrants a better chance of finding employment in Canada, since they can learn the nuances of the Canadian workplace culture and gain networking contacts right out of the gate. In […]

TRIEC launches Connector immigrant networking program in Toronto

Learning workplace lingo with OSLT

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Finding a dream job in Canada got a bit easier for these immigrant professionals with the help of occupation specific language training (OSLT) offered by a number of colleges in Ontario. These courses prepare immigrants to communicate effectively while on the job. The focus of the free program is on interviewing, networking and career-building communications […]

Leveraging your work experience: Interview with career coach Daisy Wright

Making a memorable networking impression: Interview with communication coach Gloria Pierre

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Networking is a crucial skill for immigrants to Canada to develop. In this interview with Gloria Pierre, founder and president of Clearly Speaking, she explains how to make memorable impressions and how to follow up on networking encounters effectively. Transcript:  Nafiz Imtiaz: Hello, everyone. This is Nafiz Imtiaz. I’m here with Gloria Pierre, the President […]

Canada helping internationally trained newcomers get their credentials recognized

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