Become a Mentor

In a welcoming community, integration is a two-way street. While other countries  lament that multiculturalism is failing, we Canadians have shown the world that the strong cohesiveness of our society embraces differences and fosters intercultural dialogues. CultureLink’s Community Connections Mentorship Program is a classic example that showcases the communities’ efforts in cementing a multicultural society. Volunteer mentors are key to the …

NEATwalks

FREE Guided Tours and Activities: A great way to get the first-hand experience Canada’s outdoor, sports and winter culture! NEAT (Newcomers Explore and Appreciate Toronto), a unique mentorship program designed to help new immigrants/ convention refugees gain hands-on “Canadian Work” experience in event planning and project management. Newcomers are matched with mentors for a period of 4-6 months and work as …

Serving Syrian Refugees: ClutureLink teams up with YMCA

The aim of this collaboration was to provide a space for Syrian Newcomer Youth and Families to come together, share their experiences and struggles, build ties with the broader Canadian community, and have access to a series of facilitators and supports that can assist them navigate their Settlement journey in a new country. Under the title: “You Belong in Canada”, different workshops …