ACCES Employment is a non-profit company that links job seekers with top companies from all walks of life. At seven locations in the Greater Toronto Area, they serve more than 40,000 job seekers each year. They collaborate with a network of 2,500 employers from a variety of industries.
The Immigrant Employment Council of British Columbia (IEC-BC) is a not-profit organization that supports employers in British Columbia with the solutions, tools, and resources they need to attract, hire, and retain qualified immigrants. They work with employers, government agencies, and other stakeholders to ensure that BC businesses can successfully integrate international talent.
AMSSA is an umbrella organization of over 80 member agencies that serve newcomers in the province of British Columbia. AMSSA aims to support its member agencies by building culturally inclusive communities, with the knowledge, resources and support they need to fulfill their mandates.
A community-based non-profit, multi-service agency providing a wide range of community services. The neighbourhood organization is a registered charity funded through donations, government grants, foundation support and corporate partnerships. The services & activities they organize support low-income, marginalized and newcomer communities across Toronto in more than 50 languages and at no cost.
They are the only national organisation that only serves refugees seeking real economic integration, and they are run by refugees. They work to help recently arrived refugees in Canada gain economic independence by providing meaningful jobs and business opportunities.
A non-profit umbrella organization for settlement and integration agencies in Saskatchewan. SAISIA serves newcomers by providing settlement and integration agencies in Saskatchewan with access to professional development and opportunities to network, as well as links to resources they can use to strengthen and enhance their internal procedures, client programs and services.
ARAISA is an umbrella group for organizations providing immigrant settlement services in the Atlantic Provinces. They facilitate an information exchange process among newcomer serving agencies, act as a collective voice representing the interests of immigrants, refugees, service providers and service organizations. They encourage the training and professional development of settlement staff and assist the government in the formulation and implementation of policies and programs.
This project is generously supported by the Department of Immigration, Refugees & Citizenship Canada, through the 2021 Service Delivery Improvement Fund.