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First ever in the social service sector, we are inviting newcomer professionals who are interested in jobs in the intellectual disability sector to our Community Living Toronto Career Info Session and Speed-Mentoring event on Thursday, June 25, 2015 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 pm. at CLT office, 20 Spadina Road, Toronto ON M5R 2S7. From this event’s participants, CultureLink will select qualified candidates with great attitude to recommend for further consideration.
We are delighted to launch a wonderful program with our partner from Toronto’s most vibrant artists community. This program connects newcomer families to Canadian artists community through a partnership between Soulpepper Theater and CultureLink.
If your family is new to Canada and love arts and culture, please sign up for this wonderful program online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SPCLNewcomer
Let’s Wintegrate: Professional Development Workshop on Newcomer engagement around winter outdoor activitiesNovember 19, 2014
Let’s Wintegrate: Newcomer engagement around winter outdoor activities
Register now at https://lets-wintegrate.eventbrite.ca
At this workshop we take a look at the Wintegration Club, a program developed and run by CultureLink to engage newcomers in pro-social, healthy, outdoor winter activities. This program ran successfully last winter despite record-breaking cold temperatures.
Through this workshop we hope to share our success and recognize the challenges faced, hear from other interesting speakers about their experiences with similar programs, and have a brainstorming session on outdoor activities and community engagement.
Date: Wednesday 26th November 2014
Venue: CultureLink Settlement Services, 2340 Dundas Street West, Suite 301 (inside The Crossways mall)
Time: 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
* Fei Tang, CultureLink’s Community Connections Mentorship Program
* Patty Devlin, Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport
* Lisa Ward, Toronto Region Conservation Authority
* Wintegration Club volunteer and newcomer participant
For further information contact Pallavi Roy at 416.588.6288 x232 or email at email@example.com
CultureLink Mentorship Program in partnership with Community Living Toronto (Downtown) has the following volunteering opportunity for the newcomers who can speak the following languages:
The role of the mentees will include:
- Assisting with/providing outreach to diverse communities at various community events, information fairs, and educational events throughout the city
- Assisting with the development and delivery of presentations about intellectual disability and the developmental services in Toronto geared towards newcomer and ethno-culturally specific groups
- Assisting with research and evaluation activities related to the project in conjunction with a Master’s of Social Work student
Training will be provided.
If you are interested, please contact Eman El Atawy at 416-588-6288 ext.219 or firstname.lastname@example.org
CultureLink Mentorship Program in partnership with the Canadian Centre for Victims of Torture has the following volunteering opportunities:
1. Interpreter for in house doctors, hospitals, counselors - Ontario work and Ontario housing.
We are looking for the following languages:
- American Sign
2. Arabic speaking receptionist
3. Graphic designer: improving and redesigning the website
If you have your police reference check you will be able to start right away. If not, you must wait until you receive your police reference check.
Location: 194 Jarvis Street, 2nd Floor, Toronto
Your Mentor: Manager, Community Engagement
Hours: As per availability
If you are interested in any of these opportunities, please contact Eman El Atawy at 416-588-6288 ext.219 or email@example.com
CultureLink presents “Hit Restart”, a unique and exciting new mentoring series, to all newcomer Marketing and Communications (MarComm) professionals. “Hit Restart” is a project that aims to address employment issues particularly facing MarComm professionals who are new to Canada. The project will span five months from June to October and encompass a variety of mentoring activities, including speakers’ panel, focus groups, information interviews, entrepreneurs’ bootcamp, business start-up coaching, mentorship field trips to leading firms of the industry etc. It will involve more than 40 volunteer mentors who are established professionals in the MarComm fields to provide participants with resources and support in re-establishing career in Canada.
Part One of “Hit Restart” series will be a Panel Discussion event June 26th with five distinguished guest panelists who represent professionalism, diversity, and incredible success as internationally trained immigrant MarComm professionals. For all the events of the “Hit Restart” series, pre-registration is required. Please note that all participants of the mentoring series must sign-up by completing an online survey: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/hitrestart1 The survey is for us and our funders to better understand the issues so that we can modify our programming to meet your needs. Your co-operation is much appreciated.
If you have any questions, please feel free to give Eman (416 588-6288 ext. 219) or Rachel (ext.222) a call or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com