What can you gain by taking one of our bridging programs?
Our bridging programs offer:
- a deeper understanding of Canada to help you make sense of this country
- a good handle on Canadian work culture and communication to help you “fit in” and build a successful career
- learning “how things are done here in your profession” to help you practice as a competent professional in Canada
- opportunities to build new and exciting careers in Canada
- individual career coaching and professional networking with employers to help you build your career in the quickest and the best way possible
- a wide range of personal supports to help you through this major transition in your life (e.g., settlement supports, mental health supports, language training, financial supports, new social circles, etc.)
Check out the bridging programs MNLCT offers below. We can’t wait to welcome people from around the globe into our specialized employment and training programs!
Bridge to Employment in Media and Communications (BEMC) is a full-time program designed to prepare internationally trained media, marketing, and communications professionals to find a meaningful career in Ontario in the fields of broadcast media, videography, digital marketing, social media marketing, communications, PR and journalism and professional writing.
The Bridge to Employment in Services for Immigrant Populations (BESIP) Program provides internationally educated professionals (IEPs) with entry to high-demand jobs such as Settlement Counsellor, Employment Counsellor, Service Navigator, Program Coordinator. By the end of the program, participants will have a career advancement plan to progressive positions in their field of interest.
The Bridge for Immigrant Women Reskilling into IT Coding Professions (C-Women) Program aims to support immigrants who identify as women or non-binary with different professional backgrounds in accessing and succeeding in high-demand and high-paying careers in IT – developing apps, websites, software, databases, cloud, and more – regardless of their previous education or experience.