Kick Start your job search in Canada with the Virtual Employment Connections Fair 2019!
Meet & Connect with leading employers and community agencies.
Get Interviewed on the spot and solicit employer interest.
Exclusive Access to webinars, live chat rooms and networking opportunities.
Job Seeker Participant Criteria
Professionals immigrating to Canada soon and those who have arrived seeking new career opportunities. Must have an approved Permanent Resident visa.
Webinar on 19 March 2019
Tuesday March 19
11:00 AM – 11.30 AM EST
Strengthening Diversity & Inclusion at RBC
Michael DiCioBranch Manager, RBC Royal Bank
10:00 AM to 10:30 AM MDT
YMCA will briefly discuss the past, present and future of YMCA Calgary, this will include a brief explanation on YMCA hiring process, available positions, culture and benefits of working at the YMCA and providing more information on YMCA new Seton branch opening January 2019
Job Seeker Navigation Instructions
Navigating your Way to an Interview - Webinar Recording
JVS Toronto is a non-profit leader in employment services for job seekers and employers supporting more than 21,000 individuals annually. Founded in 1947, JVS has knowledge of immigrant settlement issues, adult language training, employability programs and a history of successfully delivering results for newcomer participants. JVS is also a recognized leader in the area of innovative, online pre-arrival programs for internationally trained professionals.
About Canada InfoNet
Canada InfoNet is an award winning, Canada wide, pre-arrival online employment acceleration and mentorship program overseen by JVS Toronto. This Immigration, Refugees & Citizenship Canada (IRCC) funded program connects professionals who are approved for immigration (participants) with a variety of French and/or English pre-arrival employment services, including:
Dedicated Canadian Employment Specialist
An industry specific Canadian mentor
A Canada specific resume builder
Business writing & customer service skills
Online job matching
Industry geared webinars and information sessions
Connections to settlement resources in province of arrival
You can enroll for our pre arrival employment support program Canada InfoNet which is funded by IRCC. Through this program you will receive guidance for creating a Canadian style resume/ coverletter, learn how to conduct a job search in Canada, participate in online mentoring, gain understanding of your industry or sector in Canada, connect with employers and apply for jobs. For more details click here - https://www.jvstoronto.org/pre-arrival
You can enroll for our newcomer services if you are in GTA. Through the program you will be able to participate in job search workshops, English language training programs and bridge training programs for IT, Architecture and Healthcare. For more details click here If you are outside GTA, you can search for services here
This is an online event. You do not have to travel to any specific location. You can participate anywhere that you have Internet access. The event is accessible from desktop, mobile and tablet devices.
Yes. Like any physical event, we will have a swag bag for you! You can add all of the documents available to the online swag bag in your account and then email them to yourself or share items with friends and family by simply entering their email.
Absolutely! As long as they meet the participant eligibility criteria, your friends are welcome to attend this event! Simply share the link to this page and remind your friends that registration is required to participate. Help us spread the word!
Recruiters will be live on March 19, 2019, during the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. EST. In order to interact with recruiters and make the most of the event, participants should login during these hours. That being said, exhibitor information will be accessible 24/7 on March 19, 2019.