Volunteer with CultureLink

CultureLink provides opportunities for individuals, particularly newcomers to Canada, to learn, practice, and utilize their newfound skills and knowledge. Volunteering is one way to obtain valuable local experience, often requested by employers. Volunteering is also an excellent way to gain valuable new references while building social and professional networks and connections in the community. Culturelink’s Community¬†Connections Mentorship Program provides a …

Student Placements

CultureLink offers placement opportunities to students enrolled in programs related to social services, office administration and education. The following universities, colleges, and community-learning institutions are currently working in partnership with CultureLink: University of Toronto York University Ryerson University Guelph University Humber College Seneca College George Brown College Sheridan College Academy of Learning Citi College Working Skills Centre Application Process: Review …

What We Believe In

Vision We envision a healthy, equitable, inclusive and welcoming society that works together to engage and integrate newcomers and other community members into Canadian life. Mission CultureLink is dedicated to facilitating the active participation and integration of newcomers and the broader community, recognizing the interdependence of these groups in our society. This is done by: Enhancing skills that promote self-sufficiency …

Get Involved

There are many ways you can get involved with CultureLink. Volunteer with CultureLink Your meaningful volunteer work with CultureLink will make our community significantly more welcoming to newcomers. As a mentor, you can help a foreign-trained professional integrate into the Canadian job market with greater ease. You can participate as a facilitator of an English Conversation Circle, and help a …