For over 25 years, YMCA Immigrant Services has supported the settlement needs of newcomers in Nova Scotia. We offer programs and services that help newcomers and their families in schools and communities across the province.
Have you ever tried to take the time to explore your inner self? Do you know your limits and unique talents? In the modern world, many youths—especially newcomer youth—struggle to successfully set and meet their goals due to external pressures that they receive from society, family members, and friends.
Toronto Public Library (TPL) is here to help as you begin the process of immigration, as well as over the longer term. If you are planning to live in Toronto, here are some of the ways TPL can help as you go through the many steps of your settlement journey.
This webinar is only for registered members of Next Stop Canada. If you are not a member, please register at the link below. With today’s online tools, newcomer job seekers can use a variety of ways to start building a professional network – even before landing in Canada. Join us in this webinar to discover…
It is often overlooked that the immigration process is ultimately like moving but to another country, and this can create unique and particular challenges to which newcomers must continually adjust and adapt. It is an exciting new chapter in life, but it can quickly become exhausting.
Amazon is hiring for new distribution centres in Metro Vancouver, including a massive advanced robotics fulfillment centre in Richmond. Contents: Overview of working in Amazon Hiring positions & areas Skills, language, & qualifications Hiring process Benefits of joining the Amazon Team: Many career advancement opportunities Full extended benefits from day 1 (medical, dental, vision, RRSP…
DiversityX connects minority candidates with employers who value diversity. Our events help Black Americans, Latinx, Asian Americans, Native Americans, Women, People with Disabilities, and members of LGBTQIA+ find their next career. Virtual events are just as effective as our in-person events. To connect with more Employers than ever before from the comfort of your home…
The New Brunswick (Moncton, St John, etc.) Virtual Career Fair connects candidates and industries across the province of New Brunswick (Fredericton, Moncton, St John, Bathurst, Campbellton, Dieppe, Edmundston, Miramichi, Beresford, Bouctouche, Caraquet, Dalhousie, Florenceville-Bristol, Grand Bay-Westfield, etc.)
You may have already started to connect with employers online. Now’s the time to maximize these networks and land a job!
Applying for jobs by submitting your resume and not hearing back from employers can be a frustrating process. To change this, start making small adjustments to your resume that can help you start getting responses from employers.