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Canada, Career, Diversity, Durham Welcome Centre Immigrant Services, Immigration, Job Seeker, Labour Market, Mentorship, Newcomers

The Mentoring Partnership – FAQs

Have you heard of The Mentoring Partnership for Newcomers?

The Mentoring Partnership brings together newcomers and established professionals in occupation-specific mentoring relationships.

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Skilled immigrants entering the program have the education, experience, and language skills they need to succeed in the labour market.

They need local insights and access to professional networks that only a one-to-one professional connection with a mentor can offer.

Are you an experienced professional with work experience in Canada, or do you know someone who would be a suitable candidate interested in the rewards associated with becoming a mentor and in assisting a newcomer to learn how to succeed as a professional in Canada?

Read through some Frequently Asked Questions to find out if becoming a Mentor is right for you.

To learn about more of how the Mentorship program can help you as a newcomer professional register to attend an information session in Pickering.

Click to view the upcoming schedule.

Read Employment E-News – April 2016 – It’s Time to Grow

 

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About Durham Region Unemployed Help Centre

Whether you're looking for a job, or wanting to hire new skilled job ready employees , the Durham Region Unemployed Help Centre can help. Locations in Pickering and Oshawa, Ontario, Canada.

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