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Hire Job-Ready Workers


Depending on your business needs, we can help you hire qualified Internationally Trained Workers who are currently living throughout Newfoundland and Labrador.

Our Job Seeker database contains resumes of International Students/Graduates, Immigrants, and other job-ready newcomers who are seeking employment in the province.

Our Bridge-to-Work Programs also provide an opportunity to host eligible participants in funded internships and placements.

To begin, create an employer profile and our Career Practitioners will contact you to discuss your hiring needs.


Become a Mentor


There are many opportunities available to mentor and coach newcomers throughout Newfoundland and Labrador.

Being a Mentor is:

  • Supporting mentees to develop and manage their own learning and talent at a professional level.
  • Listening, asking questions framed within a specific conversation, facilitating objectively, and offering guidance on practical issues.
  • Having relevant competence or experience to support the mentoring process.

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