Job Search Options

  • Employment Ontario

    Get an appointment for an interview to assess your skills, then help with creating/updating resume. They also have available labor jobs.

  • Randstad

    Register and open an account for their job portal. Usually jobs with a higher salary.

    They also help with resume editing, and they give detailed descriptions of the position, company and give tips before an interview.

    01 | Administrative support
    02 | Customer support
    03 | Engineering
    04 | Finance and accounting
    05 | Human resources
    06 | Industrial support
    07 | Sales and marketing
    08 | Skilled trades
    09 | Technologies

  • Ontario Works

    Social assistance for Canadian citizens, permanent residents & immigrants. People who receive this assistance can join many training programs Ontario Works provide.

    There are many categories of the programs such as Administrative Reception, Accounting, Cleaning, Child Care etc., and you will be eligible for $250/month for training-related expenses plus $142/month for transportation.

    Self Employment

    Ontario Works also has a training with University Settlement for Self Employment that is around 6 weeks. They teach how to register and open your business, tax, marketing, sales, communication with clients. They also  show how to register a domain, get a hosting and develop your own WordPress website.


Skills & Services

  • Working Women

    A charity organization that offers programs and services for immigrant women.



    Gladstone location
    533A Gladstone Avenue Toronto, Ontario M6H 3J1
    Phone # 416-532-2824 Fax # 416-532-1065


    01 | Language Training with LINC
    02 |  Art Projects with Community Centres – Özgüven için öneriliyor.
    03 | Settlement Services
    04 | Live in Care Giver Support Program

  • Skills for Change

    Variety of settlement, mentoring, skilled trade services.  All these labs are free and held weekly. Also, they have a program called Women Connecting Women for boosting self-esteem and stress management.


    Have weekly employment labs for:

    01 | Steps to Getting Hired – Effective job search techniques and networking tools
    02 | Brand Yourself – Workshop to successfully promote your skills & experience
    03 | Building Your Network – Tools for creating valuable professional connections
    04 | Getting Your Resume Noticed – Writing effective cover letter & utilizing keywords
    05 | Interview with Confidence – Everything you need to know to prepare you for an interview
    06 | The Job Interview Clinic – Get ready for a mock interview and receive feedback on how to stand out!


  • Ladies Learning Code

    Offer adults hands-on, project-based learning experiences that are designed to give beginners the skills and confidence they need to become digital creators.

    Workshops cover everything from introductory HTML & CSS, to WordPress, Python, Ruby, artificial intelligence, web design and more.  They also have a job bank available.



Sponsored Training

  • Second Career


    –  you have been laid off and have not been working
    – you have been laid off and are working a temporary job just to cover costs.

    You are finding a program to train for a job that is currently hot in the field, and you may be eligible for up to $28000 grant.  

    They ask for the following info to determine your eligibility

    • Home Income
    • Expense
    • Education Status
    • Other necessary information
  • Ontario Bridge Training Program

    –  be a permanent resident, convention refugee or refugee claimant (Immigrants who have become Canadian citizens are also eligible)
    – have a post-secondary certificate or degree from outside Canada
    – have international work experience in a profession or trade

    You can get
    – an assessment of your education and skills
    – clinical or job placements to help you get Canadian workplace experience
    – skills or academic training
    – licence or certification exam preparation
    – language training related to your profession or trade
    – learning plans to see if you need more training



  • Status of Women Canada

    If you are planning a project that will have a direct impact on women in your community, you may be eligible for funding from Status of Women Canada (SWC).

    If your project is aimed to  
    – Ending violence against women and girls
    – Improving women’s and girls’ economic security and prosperity
    –  Encouraging women and girls in leadership and decision-making roles.

    Funding may be available up to 36 months.

  • Microlending for Women

    The program supports low-income women who are seeking to start their own business by providing financial literacy training, entrepreneurial mentoring and skills development and life skills support. These skills will ensure women’s success in starting and growing their businesses.