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Employability Resources

Access to Professions and Trades in Ontario
www.211ontario.ca/apt/about_us.htm
Offers a guide to working in the professions and trades in Ontario

 

Career Bridge
www.careerbridge.ca
Provides opportunity/internships for job-ready immigrants to apply their skills and expertise in the Canadian workforce

 

City of Toronto: Employment and Social Services
www.toronto.ca/socialservices/employmentservices.htm
Offer employment services - 14 employment resource centers located across the city

 

 Consortium of Agencies Serving Internationally-Trained Persons (CASIP)
www.casip.ca
CASIP works collaboratively and coordinates employment and training services for internationally trained persons

 

Employment and training services – Employment Ontario
www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/tcu/search.html
A listing of training and employment services funded by employment Ontario

 

Hardcore HR
http://learn.utoronto.ca/bps/hardcorehr.htm
An essential human resources program for non-HR professionals: five workshops will earn a certificate

 

Job Futures
www.jobfutures.ca
A career tool that provides useful information about 265 occupational groups covering the entire Canadian labour market

 

Job Search Workshops (JSW) Ontario
www.jswontario.org
Jobs Search workshops for new immigrants

 

Jobs 4 Canada
www.jobs4canada.com
Provides job banks, resources for immigrants entrepreneurships, useful links for new comers, etc

 

Labour Market Information (Service Canada)
www.labourmarketinformation.ca
Provides detailed labour market information at the local community level

 

Mentorship Programs for Foreign Trained Professionals
www.settlement.org/sys/faqs_detail.asp?faq_id=4000479
Provides link to mentorship programs in Ontario for internationally trained professionals

 

Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration (Ontario)
www.citizenship.gov.on.ca
Provide training programs for internationally trained individuals for successful economic and social integration of newcomers

 

Ontario Network of Employment Skills Training Projects (ONESTEP)
www.onestep.on.ca
A province wide umbrella organization for the community based training and employment sector – more than 450 programs

 

Ontario Network for Internationally Trained Professionals: Mentoring Program
www.onip.ca/mentoring
Mentoring program that matches internationally trained professional new comers with individuals who have a strong background in the same professional field coupled with years of Canadian experience

 

Possibilities Project
www.poss.ca
Toronto’s free employment resource centre

 

Second Career Program
www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/tcu/secondcareer/index.html
Provides career planning and financial support designed to help laid off Ontarians participate in long-term training for a new job

 

SkillsInternational.ca
www.skillsinternational.ca
Helps internationally educated professionals find employers who need their skills

 

Training Career & Worker Information (Service Canada)
www.jobset.ca
Provides job listings, training/learning and exploration resources

 

WIL Employment Connections
http://www.wil.ca/
Non-profit organization that brings together internationally trained individuals with local mentors in their field, helping newcomers establish their own professional identities and contribute to the social and economic health of our community.

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