Services & programs for immigrants

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  • Learn about life in Canada
  • Create a career plan and search for a job
  • Attend classes to improve your English
  • Meet other newcomers and begin to build your community in Canada
program and services at CFN
 

Ongoing Training Programs and Job Search Services


English Language ProgramImprove your ability to speak, understand, read and write in English. The Centre offers English classes for adults. To take part in ESL (English as a second language) classes, you must first visit the Immigrant Language and Vocational Assessment Referral Centre - ILVARC  at (403) 262-2656 and set up a time to meet with a specialist who will refer you to the right class.

Settlement Services - Keep yourself informed and connected as you settle and become independent. Make your first years in Canada a positive experience. 
 
Career Development and Job Search - Learn about resume, interview, cover letter, networking, job search strategies as you look for work and plan your career in Canada.  Our Job Search Centre provides clients with free computer use, fax and resume printing.

EthniCity Catering Work Experience - This program introduces participants to the foodservice industry through paid work experience. Classroom and kitchen training is provided. 

Volunteer Development - Volunteer to gain Canadian work experience, build your network and give back to the community.

Multicultural Peer Mentorship - A 4-month program that matches Mentors working as professionals in their industry in Canada with Mentees who are professionals striving to find employment in their fields.

Youth Program 
Real Me - youth support program for immigrant youth to enable them to develop a sense of identity and belonging, to avert the risk of criminal or gang involvement.
 
All our Programs and Services are COST-FREE for eligible applicants.
Call 403.569.3325 to register for one of the programs.​
info@centrefornewcomers.ca

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