Welcome to Canada InfoNet Mentoring, Information and Networking Services!
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Canada InfoNet is an online forum providing mentoring and access to resources and other services that help internationally educated, business and trades people integrate into Canadian society and find jobs in their chosen profession.
The cornerstone of this forum is the Online Mentoring Program. Here, internationally trained and educated mentees can connect online with Canadians of similar backgrounds (mentors) who share the same career goals and path. All mentors have at least two years' experience in their profession, and are a great resource for information on the education standards, expectations, and practices of their professions. Our mentors understand the challenges of immigrating to Canada and volunteer their time and expertise in order to help newcomers succeed in achieving their settlement, education and/or employment goals.
In addition to the opportunity to build relationship with a mentor, newcomers can also access key information about settlement, education and employment, and participate in Question/Answer forums
Who We Are
Canada InfoNet is an online mentoring website created and operated by JVS Toronto and funded by the Foreign Credentials Referral Office (FCRO) of Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC).
Where We Have Come From
Originally founded by the Toronto Jewish community at the end of the Second World War, JVS Toronto has evolved into a broad-based community organization. Through the years JVS has become synonymous with helping people of diverse backgrounds to meet their education and employment goals. We have grown from a staff of three to a little more than 200 talented and committed volunteers and professionals.
Who We Are Now
JVS has proudly developed a tradition we continue today: bringing service to people in their own communities. An organization that operates out of seven locations in the GTA, our staff represents the true face of multi-cultural Toronto. Offering an expansive range of over 40 employment-related support programs and services, JVS helps internationally educated professionals, persons with disabilities, youth, women and children reach their goals and fulfill their potential. Today, our responsive career, employment, training and psychological services provide more than 23,000 people annually with the assistance they need.
If you would like to learn more about JVS Toronto, please visit our website at www.jvstoronto.org
If you have any other questions about Canada InfoNet, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.