Our goal is to ensure that skilled immigrants can find meaningful employment in the Toronto Region that is commensurate with their education, skills and experience. Through TRIEC’s Mentoring Partnership, we work together with community and corporate partners so immigrants can gain industry insights, professional contacts and job search support from a Canadian professional. We’ve partnered with professional immigrant networks to help them help their members. We can connect you with TRIEC’s CASIP partners if you need help finding a job, as we do not provide direct service to newcomers. TRIEC’s partner, Career Edge Organization, provides paid internships for skilled immigrants through its Career Bridge program.
Mentoring Moments - Olesea Papana, mentee
St. Michael's Newcomer Volunteer Program
Thinking outside the box when it comes to immigrants: St. Michael’s Hospital does it againSee more
St. Michael’s Hospital is a trailblazer when it comes to integrating skilled immigrants. The hospital was the first to host immigrant interns through Career Edge Organization’s Career Bridge program and to develop mentoring for newcomers through St.Michael’s Making Connections: Newcomer Volunteer Program. Now they’re the first hospital to fuse mentoring with volunteering in partnership with TRIEC’s Mentoring Partnership program….
Acces helped her get restarted at a bank
Organization supplies services for updating of resumés, training and connecting with employers…See more
Caribbean Camera: Newcomer beats odds in job hunt
Jasminee SahoyeSee more
A Jamaican woman who came to Canada in January this year and who didn’t want to settle for “the survival job” like most immigrants has beaten the odds and landed herself a job in her field as a Communications Officer with the Ontario Public Service within six months….
RBC Champions of Immigrant Success
One Award – Many Winners. Submit your nomination by January 1, 2014. …See more