What will you get to learn?
Now that you’ve started your Canadian adventure, the next step is to find a job that matches your skills and interests. Your new career is waiting for you. Many immigrants can feel frustrated by the amount of work they must do to find work. After all, they are relocating to a foreign country with its own work culture.
The good news is that you’re not by yourself. Canada is rooting for you to succeed. There are many tools available to assist you in navigating the Canadian job market, and Scotiabank is here to assist you.
Here’s a quick rundown of what you’ll learn during the webinar:
- Where do I look for work in Canada?
- What is the best way to apply for a job?
- How to Write a Cover Letter and a Resume
- What do you do to prepare for a work interview?
- How to use networking to build opportunities
- We’ll even respond to your inquiries!
Who can register?
This webinar could be helpful for you if you are new to Canada or if you intend to visit once travel restrictions are lifted. You’ll hear about the work culture in Canada and get some pointers about how to find the right job.
If you meet the following criteria, you can sign up:
- Are a newcomer currently living in Canada;
- Received an Invitation to Apply;
- Have received approval for your permanent residency application;
- Hold a Confirmation of Permanent Residence (COPR) and are planning to travel to Canada once travel restrictions are lifted;
- We are planning on applying for Canadian permanent residence in the next six months.
Who is presenting?
- Host: Kareem El-Assal, Director of Policy, CanadaVisa
- Speakers – Two employees at Scotiabank:
Is it okay if I ask some questions?
Without a doubt. This webinar is an opportunity for you to ask questions and get answers to be prepared for any challenges that might arise. Please e-mail your questions to CanadaVisa when you sign up. During the webinar, viewers will also be able to ask questions.
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Scotiabank is a leading bank in the Americas and one of the largest Canadian banks. We help our consumers, their families, and their communities achieve success through a wide variety of advice, goods, and services, all driven by our mission “for every future.”
The Scotiabank StartRight Program, which was launched in 2008, is intended to make banking easier for Canadian permanent residents, international students, and foreign workers who have recently arrived in Canada. We will assist you in easing your transition to Canada by opening a Scotiabank International Account for you, which helps you move up to $50,000 before you arrive, allowing you to feel more prepared knowing you have proof of funds. With the Scotiabank Student GIC Program, we will also help you get your study permit faster.
With 12 months of free banking, access to credit with no credit history, unrestricted no-fee foreign money transfers, and expert advice from Financial Advisors, our Scotiabank StartRight programme will help you get started banking in Canada.
We also unveiled ScotiaRISE, a new $500 million community investment initiative to promote economic resilience among vulnerable citizens and communities over ten years.
The programme is focused on increasing graduation rates and postsecondary enrollment through funding and collaborations and assisting immigrants in settling in faster, and securing sustainable jobs and senior opportunities for underrepresented groups. It’s all part of what makes Scotiabank the bank of choice for newcomers.