This even is presented by: TorontoJobs.ca – Your Source for Employment in the Greater Toronto Area. Speaking Sessions: Live discussions on topics relevant to immigrants. Networking: Have one-to-one conversations with industry leaders. Expo Booth: Check out products and services from partner organizations.
Regardless of what drove you to step out of your comfort zone to land in a new country and start over from scratch, you definitely had lots of courage and self-motivation to do so. However, is motivation alone always a key to make things happen?
Are you a newcomer looking to rent a place to stay? It’s important to know both your rights and responsiblities and those of landlords. The Housing Help Centre (THHC) put together this presentation to outline all the details you need to know about renting so you can stay happy and stress-free. The content of…
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.
Our province is known for amazing landscapes and nature all around. Newcomers are often extremely impressed by the amount of outdoor activities that are an everyday occurrence for residents of this province.
You may have already started to connect with employers online. Now’s the time to maximize these networks and land a job!
To reach career success and avoid a delay in working in their fields, skilled immigrants should research the career they intend to pursue in Canada and develop a success plan that incorporates the time required to obtain their license.
When reviewing job postings many would come across a requirement to be able to “communicate effectively both written and orally”. In job search, your writing would give hiring managers the first glimpse into your communication and self-presentation skills.
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.