• Permanent Resident
  • Protected Person as defined in S. 95 of IRPA
  • Individuals who have been selected to become Permanent Residents, and who have been informed, by a letter from IRCC.

  • Live-in Caregiver or Temporary Foreign Worker
  • Provincial Nominees who are still awaiting a letter of approval for permanent residency from IRCC.
  • Naturalized Canadian Citizen

  • Priority given to newcomers who have been in Canada five (5) years or less


  • Explore your goals and prepare a career plan.
  • Connect with employers and networking opportunities.
  • Access career-relevant volunteer opportunities.

  • Understand how your skills fit in the local job market.
  • Learn and practice interview skills.
  • Connect with specialized employment and training programs.

  • Create resumes, cover letters and reference lists.
  • Understand employer and workplace expectations.
  • Assess your digital skills gaps and learning needs for employment and provide relevant training/support.

“Not only was my Career Facilitator very professional throughout the whole journey, she was also exceptional in always going the extra mile.”

Eligible participants can also access:

Participants will be assessed for eligibility and suitability.

  • Job matching and placement services.
  • Support services include childminding for on-site workshops, interpretation, translation, and bus tickets after a needs assessment.

  • Occupation-specific mentorship.
  • Essential skills training (document use, reading, numeracy).

  • Employment focused digital literacy support.
  • Self-employment assistance.

Employer Diversity & Inclusion Training Series

Funding Partners

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