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A recent immigrant, Abhijit Medhi was mentored by a City of Toronto employee and was determined to help others in the same field to build connections and land a job. As a result, he created the professional group of immigrant social workers “I Can Sow.”
Abhijit Medhi, his wife and son arrived in Toronto in October 2012. Both social workers from India, Medhi and his wife saw a great opportunity to start a new life and get global experience in Canada. “We came for better career opportunities and a better lifestyle,” explains Medhi….
The intercultural mentoring program at JVS Toronto is a group mentoring initiative that helps connect the members of professional immigrant associations with mentors in their field. It’s a great example of how professional immigrant associations can benefit them from collaboration and partnerships with each other and with employment service providers….(View More)
Watch this video to learn how a government agency has worked with the PINs community and how professional immigrant associations can serve as the voice of skilled immigrants….(View More)
Watch the video and learn how Scotiabank and the Toronto 2015 Pan/Parapan American Games (PANAM 2015) engaged with the PINs community and what they gained from the experience. …(View More)