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Community Employment Services

We provide a one stop service to meet the needs of all job seekers, including job search planning and support, job postings, and much more.

The Mentoring Partnership

The Mentoring Partnership initiative brings together skilled, recent immigrants and established professionals in occupation-specific mentoring relationships. 

Employment Resources for Newcomers

A collection of helpful websites that provide immigrants with information and resources on employment, labour market, and internship opportunities.

Community Employment Services

We provide a one stop service to meet the needs of all job seekers.

Get Ready…Get Set…for Success!

Humber´s Community Employment Services offer a wide variety of NO COST employment services to help you reach your employment and training goals.

Access:

  • current job postings and resources
  • job search workshops
  • labour Market information
  • Second Career information
  • referrals to programs & services
  • assistance with job search skills
  • internet & Email
  • phones & photocopier
  • mentorship opportunities for internationally trained professionals

Contact Information

To find out more about Humber´s Community Employment Services:
Visit: ces.humber.ca
Call: 1-877-944-5744
Email:  jobs@humber.ca

The Mentoring Partnership

The Mentoring Partnership initiative brings together skilled, recent immigrants and established professionals in occupation-specific mentoring relationships.

Become part of the success!

The Mentoring Partnership initiative brings together skilled, recent immigrants and established professionals in occupation-specific mentoring relationships. Mentors give 24 hours of their time over a four-month period to help their mentee navigate the job search process by sharing their knowledge, experience and professional networks. Mentoring plays a critical role in building networks and developing effective job search strategies.

Your benefits:

  • establish professional networks
  • identify skills required by market demands
  • build confidence
  • learn to identify and seize employment or job training opportunities
  • understand employers' expectations and the Canadian workplace culture

Mentees are individuals who:

  • have been living in Canada for 3 years or less and have no prior work experience in Canada in their field
  • are legally entitled to work in Canada
  • have the English skills required to perform effectively in the workplace
  • are unemployed or underemployed, working 20 hours or less a week
  • are educated, trained and have at least 3 years work experience outside of Canada in their area of expertise
  • are job ready and have completed a job search workshop

Contact Information

Phone: 416.748.7200 x 281
Peter Pipiska, Mentor Coach

These Employment Ontario services are funded in
part by the Government of Canada.