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    18847720
    Miembro

    Me parecio interesante esta info a los que estan por llegar a Toronto , acuerdense que los voluntariados dan muy buen respaldo en los resumes por que dan experiencia candiense y los cursos siempre son bien recibidos especialmente cuando son gratuitos. saludo y suerte a todos

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    Immigrant women who are fluent in English and are passionate about helping other women are encouraged to apply. Women from Spanish-speaking and South Asian backgrounds are particularly encouraged to apply.

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    #234305

    Que tal Dionis!,

    Muy buena info, pero podrias poner la fuente? o al menos el vínculo directo donde se pueden ver estas ofertas, es para ver si tienen teléfonos de contacto y más información acerca de donde están ubicados.

    Saludos!

    #234306
    18847720
    Miembro

    Epale Alexander , lo que pasa es que me llegan mails de diferentes fuentes y lo que leo es la info para conocimiento propio y si lo veo bueno lo pongo aqui pero dejame buscar el mail y te lo paso, creo que la fuente principal es la que aparece ahi nic@tcet.com esa deberia ser la fuente , saludos

    #234307
    emily
    Miembro

    Hi! Dionis, que buena información , yo aún estoy en la larga espera, sin embargo considero que toda la información que nos haces llegar es muy importante, para los que estamos en éste proceso.

    Siempre estamos pendientes de tus comentarios y muchos nos beneficiamos de ellos. Te propongo un seminario sobre mudanzas( Que llevar, que no llevar).

    Saludos a Niko, gracias.

    #234308
    Mimina
    Miembro

    Alexander, Hola:

    Ayer escribi al correo nic@tcet.com y te copio la respuesta de ellos donde veras varios numeros de telefonos y enlaces de internet:

    In regards to your question for volunteering:

    The Women’s Centre in Oakville offers a program "caring across cultures". Selected volunteers will get an eight-week training which will enable them to work as counsellors. Please contact cac@haltonwomenscentre.org or visit http://www.haltonwomenscentre.org You can also call them at 905.847.5520

    You may also want to explore possibility of Volunteering with MBC attached please find registration form and their process.

    We would like to talk about Mentoring Partnership is a collaboration between community organizations and corporate partners that bring together skilled immigrants (mentees) and established professionals (mentors) in occupation-specific mentoring relationships. The community organizations recruit mentees and deliver the program while corporate partners provide mentors. The program is offered in the City of Toronto and the regions of Halton, Peel and York http://www.thementoringpartnership.com/Below is the list of organizations that deliver the mentoring program in their respective areas and communities:

    Dixie Bloor: http://www.dixiebloor.ca/mentoring.html

    ACCES: http://www.accestrain.com/default.asp?pageID=219

    The Centre francophone de Toronto: http://www.centrefranco.org/fr/

    COSTI: http://www.costi.org/programs/program_services.php

    Humber: http://www.look4work.humber.ca/

    JobStart: http://www.jobstart-cawl.org/programs.htm

    JVS Toronto: http://www.jvstoronto.org/index.php?page=mentoring_services

    Malton Neighbourhood Services: http://mnsinfo.org/

    Microskills: http://www.microskills.ca/Mentorship.html

    Seneca College: http://www.senecac.on.ca/smile/

    Sheridan: http://www1.sheridaninstitute.ca/promo/halton/

    Skills for Change: http://www.skillsforchange.org/programs_a_z/index.html

    If you would like to participate in the program, please contact one of the organizations listed above. You may like to check the following website, you will find mentorship in public, private and non profit organisations in all over Canada: http://www.mentors.ca/mentorprograms.html

    We hope you find this information helpful, if you have any more question in the near future please send us another email to nic@tcet.com or directly through the web at http://www.tcet.com/nic/emailservice.aspx.

    Newcomer Information Centres (NIC) are funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC), and managed by Centre for Education & Training. NIC’s provide free settlement information to newcomers from a number of accessible locations across Peel insuring accurate information and referral for the smooth transition and settlement of newcomers to Canada. For more information about our services, visit http://www.tcet.com/nic

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    saludos,

    Mimina

    #234309

    Buenas tardes, tomando en cuenta el comentario de Hospital, por que no mejor uno sobre los colegios, guarderias, actividades extras y todo esto que tiene que ver con el cuidado de los niños mientras sus padres trabajan?… ese me parece bien importante para todos los que tenemos niños pequeños y tambien para los futuros padres… ¿Que le parece Sr. Dionis?

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