Services

Job Search

Job Search Workshop (JSW) Program

  • Thorough needs assessment by trained Assessors
  • 1-on-1 job search coaching
  • Pre-employment workshops conducted in a computerized environment
  • Specialists who understand the job search needs of newcomers
  • Personalized action plan
  • An environment in which to learn about job search strategies and Canadian business perspectives
  • Ongoing followup and support

 We'll help you get answers

  • Do I know all of the methods to job search in Canada?
  • How can I market myself to a company using a targeted Resume and cover letter?
  • Can I market myself to a company in an interview?
  • Can I do this job where I live?
  • Who do I need to meet and what are my next steps?
Job Search

 Who can participate

  • Internationally-educated individuals who are permanent residents, convention refugees or live-in caregivers
Resources Provided (at no cost) to Eligible Clients
  • Computers with internet access
  • E-mail, fax, and use of a telephone
  • Daily newspaper and other related written materials
  • Access to "Perfect Interview" software

 

Where: 
Cross Cultural Learner Centre 

Contact: 
By telephone: 519-432-1133 
By email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

Free Resources

 

The following is provided at no cost to our clients:

 

Resources

 

  • Computers with Internet Access
  • E-mail , Fax and use of a telephone
  • Daily newspaper and other related written materials

 

Employment Services

 

  • Laser Printed Resumes
  • Successful job search strategies
  • Employment counselling
  • Information on Accreditation of Foreign Credentials
  • Direction for Certification and Licensing

 

Job Info Online

General Information for Newcomers

Professional Information

 

 

 

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Notices 

  CCLC will be closed on Monday
  May 21 for the Victoria Day holiday

  Accessibility Statement

  Multi-year Accessibility Plan

 

News & Events

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