Newcomers Employment -Employment

There are many services, offered by the federal government of Canada, provincial governments, as well as community agencies and private companies that are dedicated to helping Newcomers to Canada integrate as members of their community and find meaningful employment. Employment resource centres within your community can offer information and assistance to help with many aspects of employment. Resources range from information on how to apply for employment insurance benefits from the government of Canada, to job and skills training information, Resume writing, interview preparation, and Job listings. Job-specific language training is also available. We know that being new to Canada and unemployed can be overwhelming, and you may not know the best place to start in finding a job. Luckily, we have the resources that can help. Job specific. Doing so enables newcomers to better integrate as members of their community, find employment in their chosen field, or source employment within higher skilled/paying jobs. You are not alone. Connect with others who may be going through the same thing, find professional help and resources near you. The Kinjunxion community is here to help.
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Newcomers Employment -Employment

Burlington Newcomers Club - Mailing Address


Burlington ON
Canada
Web

Circle of Friends for Newcomers Hamilton

Victoria Park Community Centre; 155 Queen St N
Hamilton ON L8R 2V6
Canada

YMCA of Hamilton, Burlington, and Brantford - Newcomer Information & Orientation Services, Hamilton Central - Newcomer Information & Orientation Services - Hamilton Central - Newcomer Information & Orientation Services

25 Main St W
Hamilton ON L8P 1H1
Canada

YMCA of Hamilton, Burlington, and Brantford - Newcomer Information & Orientation Services, Stoney Creek - Lower - 211 Centennial Pkwy - Newcomer Information & Orientation Services - Stoney Creek - Lower - 211 Centennial Pkwy - Newcomer Information & Orientation Services

211 Centennial Pkwy N
Hamilton ON L8E 1H8
Canada

YMCA of Hamilton, Burlington, and Brantford - Newcomer Youth Centre, Newcomer Youth Centre - James Street Location - Newcomer Youth Centre - James Street Location

79 James St S
Hamilton ON L8P 2Z1
Canada

Oakville Newcomers' Club - No Physical Address


Oakville ON
Canada
Web

YMCA of Hamilton, Burlington, and Brantford - Newcomer Settlement Program - 25 Main St - Newcomer Settlement Program

25 Main St W
Hamilton ON L8P 1H1
Canada

Centre for Skills Development - English as a Second Language and Immigrant Services, Burlington - South Service Rd - Burlington - South Service Rd

3350 South Service Rd
Burlington ON L7N 3M6
Canada

Wesley - Client Support Services - Hamilton Central - 52 Catharine St - Client Support Services

52 Catharine St N
Hamilton ON L8R 1J1
Canada

Immigrants Working Centre - Hamilton Central - 8 Main St

8 Main St E
Hamilton ON L8N 1E8
Canada

YMCA of Hamilton, Burlington, and Brantford - Newcomer Youth Centre, Newcomer Youth Centre - Stoney Creek Location - Newcomer Youth Centre - Stoney Creek Location

211 Centennial Pkwy N
Hamilton ON L8E 1H8
Canada

Micah House

205 Holton Ave S
Hamilton ON L8M 2L8
Canada