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JVS Toronto

Newcomer Employment Services

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COVID19 Update -- offices closed * all job search services and employment programs are being offered remotely, online and by phone * for more information email or call 416- 787-1151


Enhanced Language Training -- sector specific language training and career orientation for the banking/finance and architecture sector as well as information technology * individual counselling and action plan development * volunteer placement * mentoring * networking * resume and interview preparation

Job search preparation and training -- develop job search strategies and workplace communication skills * job search preparation has online or in-class options

Bridging Services -- connects skilled or internationally trained professional newcomers to employment with job placements, mentorship, volunteering and networking connections in architecture through the IPLAN and ISAGE programs

Job search centre -- walk-in job search centre * access to computers, Internet, fax, photocopier, telephone * staff assistance available * resource materials * job boards * labour market information

Employment counselling -- resume help, job readiness clinic, employment counselling, skills and career development and help in establishing social and professional networks

TRIEC mentoring partnership -- connects newcomers with a supportive mentor in their field in Canada

Newcomer Youth Connections for Success -- career exploration * information on colleges and universities * sessions on educational financial planning * volunteer opportunities and connections to mentors
Newcomers, with a focus on internationally trained professionalsBridging Services -- Permanent residents, convention refugees or refugee claimants (immigrants who have become Canadian citizens are also eligible) * have a post-secondary certificate or degree from outside Canada and have international work experience in a profession or trade
Enhanced Language Training -- Permanent residents or convention refugees internationally trained in the banking/finance and architecture sector as well as information technology * CLB benchmarks are required
TRIEC mentoring program -- Newcomers who have lived in Canada for less than five years, are unemployed or underemployed and have at least two years of international experience in a specific field
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Last Updated On
October 22, 2020
1530 Albion Rd, Unit 41
Toronto, ON, M9V 1B4
Intersection: Kipling Ave and Albion Rd;
JVS Toronto Site Location: 1530 Albion Rd
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Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm
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