Newcomers to Canada: Unlock Your Potential with Innovative Employment Solutions
Are you a newcomer to Canada and searching for a job? Job Skills’ newcomer programs are designed specifically to provide you with the solutions, skills, and resources you need to succeed in the Canadian job market. From job search strategies and resume writing to interview preparation, we’ve got you covered. Job Skills offers employment solutions to unlock your full potential and take your career to new heights. Don’t let a lack of Canadian work experience hold you back.
Explore Job Skills’ programs below or register here today to speak with an Employment Consultant who will help you get started.
The Employment Ontario Employment Services (EOES) Centres are available to assist individuals wishing to independently job search or for those seeking additional individualized assistance with their:
- Job search
- Career planning
- Job development
- Starting a small business
The Early Childhood Educator Assistant program is designed to provide support and training for internationally trained individuals and residents of York Region with child care credentials or experience with child care experience looking to re-enter the workforce.
The York Region Welcome Centres are a one-stop service designed to guide and support immigrants through the maze of information and resources in York Region. Through a coordinated, integrated case management system, Clients are able to access a range of immigrant services, programs, and expertise all under one roof.
The Federal Internship for Newcomers (FIN) Program offers newcomers a chance to gain valuable temporary Canadian work experience and training opportunities with federal, provincial, municipal and private sector organizations.
Simpact is a safe and supportive environment designed to assist Ukrainian and Newcomer clients with learning what is required to integrate seamlessly into the Canadian workplace.
The Point, Click, Connect Program is a digital literacy training program targeted to underrepresented groups across York Region.