The Bridge to Employment in Services for Immigrant Populations (BESIP) Program will help internationally educated human services professionals to transition to the Canadian job market in fields that support immigrants (such as settlement counselling, immigration consulting, employment support, and community service).
Click HERE to sign up to get an email with more information once it’s available. Stay tuned for C-Women's first info session on December 2 (Thursday) at 12 - 1 PM.
The Bridge for Immigrant Women Reskilling into IT Coding Professions (C-Women)Program aims to support immigrant women who are
creative problem solvers (regardless of their professional background) in securing well-paying jobs in high-demand IT fields.
Click HERE to sign up to get an email with more information once it’s available. Stay tuned for C-Women's first info session on December 8 (Wednesday) at 12 - 1 PM.
The BREM Program integrates academic training for mental health practice in Ontario, occupation specific language and workplace communication, and supervised placements that provide meaningful Canadian work experience.
BEMC is a full-time program designed to prepare internationally trained media and communications professionals to secure a meaningful career in Ontario in the fields of journalism and professional writing, broadcast media, videography, or communications and PR.
The program spans over a minimum 6 months, depending on the duration of the placement.
Courageous women all over Ontario changing their lives one step a time
The She-Covery Response Program: Building Skills for Work is helping hundreds of women to transition from unemployment or underemployment conditions into job market opportunities.
Many are searching for their first job in Canada or would like to return to the job market after a long career break. Some are being stuck in a survival job. For these women we offer one-on-one and group counselling sessions. We help to create a life and career plan and identify the necessary action steps and individual goals. The next stage of the program is improving the essential employability skills. Finally, we connect our participants with employers through Employment Ontario agencies and direct referrals.
If you think that this is the program for you or someone you care about, there is still time to join. We offer continuous intake. Please send an e-mail to Lizeth Teran via firstname.lastname@example.org and for more information visit our program website for any upcoming info sessions.
Throughout 2020, in the challenging times posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, 79% of newcomers participating in MNLCT’s employment support programs gained meaningful employment upon completion. Read more about our impact here: https://buff.ly/3v9JhhN
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Job Connect Café
Happening online on February 25th, 2022. Watch our socials for more announcements - stay tuned!
Additional Employment Support
Helping Our Newcomers Prepare for Employment Success
Designed especially for newcomers, the program runs for eight weeks and flows through individual counselling, group workshops, employment agency connections & coaching. READ MORE.
LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION FOR NEWCOMERS TO CANADA (LINC)
MNLCT offers Communication / Achieve CLB 7 & 8 classes
Communication / Achieve CLB 7 and CLB 8 provide upper-intermediate language & communications skills that lead to better integration by having more participation in Canadian society (community connections, volunteering, civic engagement etc.) and for job interview and job conversation. READ MORE.
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