Employment Storytelling A New Adventure for MNLCT’s Language Students
MNLCT’s LINC program was handpicked for a pilot project with the Department of Imaginary Affairs to empower newcomers to learn English through their own personal and employment stories. This seven-week workshop, that is being facilitated by a team of MNLCT LINC instructors and two former LINC students, focuses on oral storytelling inspired by job interview questions. READ MORE
In their own words… MNLCT clients on their Canadian journey
BREM student’s career takes off
MNLCT offers ‘Applied Psychotherapy Practice in Ontario’ course
MNLCT is offering the Applied Psychotherapy Practice in Ontario (APPO) course, which is designed to prepare individuals who wish to write the Entry-to-Practice Registration Examination. This unique competency-based course is typically offered as part of the Bridge to Registration and Employment in Mental Health (BREM) Program; however, prospective students don’t need to be enrolled in the program to take this course.
The course is offered twice a year with sessions in the Spring and Fall. To learn more about this program and how to register, CLICK HERE.
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Counter Human Trafficking
We explored the realities behind this cruel, abusive form of exploitation. Our Counter-Human Trafficking team revealed how they work closely with individuals who have experienced forms of human trafficking, including labour trafficking, sexual exploitation and forced marriage.
In an effort to create awareness towards the prevention of COVID-19 and the impact of the pandemic, we invited Toronto Public Health to present information sessions that focused on how residents can keep themselves, their families and the community safe.
The Art of Agility and Adaptation
MNLCT’s Settlement Team has been playing a crucial role in providing programs and services to newcomer populations across Ontario, amidst the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Team has come to the forefront as a frontline service provider while the organization quickly evolved to remain agile.
As it adapted to the “new normal”, MNLCT transitioned more and more of its services to virtual platforms, which enabled it to continue offering important services to clients during these harsh times. READ MORE
Calendar of Events
MNLCT Launches Virtual Auction on February 21!
MNLCT is hosting its first virtual Winter Silent Auction from February 21-28. Your participation will help vulnerable immigrants and refugees access vital services in settlement, mental health, language, employment, and counter human trafficking.
Lots of great items up for grabs, including a piece of pop culture that is sure to be popular!
MNLCT Invites… Ryerson University, February 23
Want to upgrade your career skills and improve your interpersonal communication? Join this information session on the Workplace Communication in Canada course, which starts on March 20. READ MORE
MNLCT Workshop: Criteria for Citizenship, March 11
Our settlement team discusses new regulations for citizen applicants. More information coming soon.
#AskMNLCT: Higher Education for a Brighter Career Path, March 24
Trying to decide if pursuing a Canadian degree will boost your career options? More information coming soon.
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