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For Immigrants

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 The 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.
 

An immigrant’s path to employment

As a skilled immigrant you may already know that a job-search process in Canada can take many steps. In this short video, we’ve captured the most common steps that immigrants take to find employment. You might not need to go through all of them, but being aware of all these steps is useful when you’re planning your career action plan and setting up goals for yourself.

Remember, there is the PINs network that can help you to connect to like-minded people or people in the same professional field and build connections that are essential to landing your dream job.
 

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