Find a Job
If you are new to Canada and looking for a job, visit CultureLink. From workshops to individual counselling to mentor matching, we offer many free services to help you achieve your employment goals.
Job Search Workshops
Come to our Job Search Workshop to learn everything you’ll need to know to get a job in Canada.
Our workshops run two to three times per month, and are available to Permanent Residents, Convention Refugees and Live-In Caregivers.
To register or learn more, please contact us by phone or email:
Phone: 416-588-6288 (ext. 211, 213, or 215)
One-On-One Employment Counselling and Referrals
If you need specific employment information, referrals, or counselling, make an individual appointment with us.
Through the Newcomer Settlement Program and our Newcomer Youth Centre, we meet with adult and youth job seekers, regardless of immigration status. Contact us by phone or email for further information:
Phone: 416-588-6288, then select one of the following:
adults–extension 213, 211, or 236 for Slovak and/or Czech language
Are you an internationally trained professional looking for in-depth information about your particular career field? Need support as you work towards a job in your area of expertise? Try the Community Connection Career Mentorship Program and get connected to a mentor with Canadian experience.
We also run a variety of employment seminars throughout the year at various Toronto Public Libraries. Past topics have included:
- Dress for Success
- Transition to Employment: Job Search Strategies
- Planning to Work in Canada: Essential Tools For Newcomers
Contact one of our Library Settlement Workers to learn more:
Eatonville Library– Celia Cruz-Hew, 647-404-5662, ccruz[at]ciclsp.ca
Lillian Smith Library–Stanley Teo, 647-404-8857, steo[at]ciclsp.ca
Mimico Library–Claudia Montoya, 647-404-2235, cmontoya[at]ciclsp.ca
We hold resume clinics from time to time at libraries and job fairs. Please call 416-588-6288 or email us for upcoming resume clinics in your area.