We offer a wide range of free immigrant services to help newcomers settle successfully in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and Ontario.
WHAT WE OFFER
We offer a wide range of immigrant services to help newcomers settle smoothly in Canada, from education and training, immigration, employment, health, housing, legal, financial, social and recreational.
Newcomer Information Centre
Newcomer Information Centre: A Newcomer Information Centre (NIC) is your first stop in your transition to a new life in Canada. At five NIC locations across the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), our professional, friendly, knowledgeable and multilingual staff provide free one-on-one information and referral services.
Newcomer Information Centre (NIC) Online
To make a successful transition, you need access to the right information and resources. Newcomer Information Centre (NIC) Online provides updated information and referrals related to employment and settlement in Ontario.
Foreign Credential Recognition Loans
This program provides financial loans and career counselling for internationally trained Individuals who are looking to return to their chosen profession.
Career Pathways for Women
Career Pathways is a free program designed to provide visible minority newcomer women with the essential skills needed to successfully navigate the Canadian workforce.
Career Loans provides free virtual career counselling and microloans of up to $15,000 to internationally trained individuals who are looking to return to their chosen profession.
Milestones to Employment for Newcomer Women
Are you a newcomer woman to Canada, currently without work or in temporary jobs? Milestones to Employment is a FREE employment program that can place you in steady, high-demand and long-term jobs.
If you are an immigrant with a professional background and at least two years of international experience, TRIEC Mentoring Partnership can help you reconnect with your career.
“I hope that that I will see you later this morning at the reassessment, but just in case I don't see you I wanted you to know that I landed a permanent job. I accepted an offer for an Assistant Professor position at York University effective July 1. I was going to wait until closer to the start date to share the good news with you but I know that I will burst if I see you without letting you know. I also want to wait until I start my new job before writing your well-deserved recommendation because I think that it will be more effective when I have a job title. I could not have done this without you, I was just not in a good place emotionally. You went over and beyond and I appreciate that”.
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