Employment MentorsConnecting immigrants to Canada with employment assistance
From providing employment readiness sessions, networking events and topical workshops the Employment Mentors program assists immigrants in gaining valuable knowledge and an understanding of Canadian workplace culture and employment pathways in Canada.
Services for Immigrants Include:
- One-on-one mentorship with an experienced professional in your chosen career field
- One-on-one employment coaching
- Employment training for job seekers
- Industry specific networking opportunities for skilled immigrants
- Goal-setting and professional development workshops
- Access to employment resources and local networks
How We Can Help:
- Employment information
- Job search support
- Supported referrals
- Employment workshops
- Readiness sessions
- Industry events
- Industry specific workshops
- Permanent residents, naturalized citizens, temporary foreign workers, post graduate work permit holders, refugees, and refugee claimants
- Employed, unemployed or underemployed
- Intermediate English language proficiency
Volunteer mentors are local leaders with insight into Canadian workplace culture and industry expectations. Your professional leadership and expertise are invaluable to immigrants pursuing their employment goals.
- Improve your intercultural awareness
- Strengthen your coaching and leadership skills
- Spot talent for potential recruitment
- Give back to your community
Let us help you navigate your career path in Canada!
To Access Employment Mentors
- Contact us for more information and to book a meeting today.
Did You Know?
Archway has been providing services for newcomers since the 1970s.
9am – 4:30pm
Monday – Friday
2420 Montrose Avenue
Abbotsford, BC V2S 3S9
Stories & News from Multicultural & Immigrant Integration
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Volunteer Feature: Sieglinde
Sieglinde has been volunteering with Archway for over seven years. Sieglinde loves teaching and “seeing people succeed”. She designed a confidence-building course for Community Connections where more than 20 women attended. She loves volunteering because it’s rewarding to see how her actions positively affect the people she’s working with.
Landlords Invited to Info Session on Renting to Newcomers
An information session well be held on April 25th for those wanting to learn more about renting to refugees.