Immigration is a wave of change that gives you an opportunity to transition your career too. Many immigrants, however, find themselves at a crossroads when deciding whether to continue their career paths or join new ones altogether.
Volunteering benefits newcomers, especially during the first few years of settling down. It is an excellent way to start building your social connections when you are new and working towards making Canada your new home.
Trying to connect with employers through virtual networking can be a challenge. But once you learn how to do it effectively, the opportunities are endless.
Learn how you can make connections with mentors in your desired career field to help your chances of finding employment before immigrating to Canada.
Next Stop Canada is recognizing and valuing the contributions made by mentor Sukhjit Singh, recent recipient of the Sovereign Medal for Volunteers Award.
The Black Female Accountants Network focuses on creating opportunities for black female accountants to share knowledge and experiences.
Newcomer Abegail connected with her community in Canada through her valuable volunteering experience.