One-on-one Employment Services
This is your first step to finding employment or education opportunities in your new community. Our employment services coordinator can help you plan your job search, refer you to relevant resources in the community, and help you network with local employers.
The NCC through its Workplace Integration Centre offers a mentorship program between new Canadians and established Canadians in the workforce. Having lived here for a significant amount of time, established Canadians are able to offer advice concerning employment and life here in Canada. Mentoring is the pairing of an experienced or skilled person (mentor) with a person who would like to improve his or her skills and knowledge (mentee). Please access the following links for more information and forms:
Mentee Application Form (For new Canadians looking for a mentor)
Mentor Application Form (For established Canadians hoping to mentor a new Canadian)
Assistance for Foreign-Trained Professionals
We can help you if you earned your education and credentials outside of Canada. We work one-on-one with you in the following areas: assessment of credentials and prior learning experience; translation and acquisition of necessary documents; and the accreditation process.
To access resources for reaccreditation, set up an appointment with NCC’s employment services coordinator and feel free to investigate the following services ahead of time:
World Education Services (WES) – Apply online to begin your accreditation process
Workplace Training Opportunities Available for Women on Ontario Works or Ontario Disability Support Program
Would you like workplace training? Are you a women who is currently receiving support from Ontario Works (OW) or Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP)?
Employment Services for Employers
The Workplace Integration Centre will help employers attract, hire and retain foreign trained professionals. Please follow the link to find out more information.