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    Ghazi Huraira has some advice for new immigrants – come prepared to learn how job hunting works in Canada, and mentoring is an effective way to get ahead of the curve.

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    For many skilled immigrants, the process of finding meaningful employment can be challenging. Alternative careers can serve as a back-up option for immigrants to use their skills and experience to gain meaningful employment.

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    Both inside and outside of work, Emiliano Mendez dedicates all of his spare time to supporting diversity and immigrant inclusion in the labour market. It is an understatement to say that he supports new immigrants. From meetings in coffee shops to radio interviews to speed-mentoring sessions, Emiliano Mendez spends a lot time advising newcomers on finding a vocation in Canada.

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    Partnering with TRIEC’s Professional Immigrant Networks (PINs) program, JVS Toronto has helped even more immigrants take advantage of this tool through its ethno-cultural mentoring program. The Association of Romanian Engineers in Canada (AREC) was one of the first associations to participate in JVS Toronto’s program in 2011. The training enabled AREC to successfully deliver its own mentoring program. Recently, we spoke to Cristian Radu and Marian Tanase, mentor and mentee respectively, about their experience with AREC’s mentoring program.

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    It’s no secret, to find a job you need to connect to the right people. And you need them to connect you to more of the right people, and maybe recommend or vouch for you. And then you just might need those people to connect you to even more people. Here’s how Connector participant, Virginija Bruzeviciute, recently found a job in her field of electrical engineering.

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