Video interviewing is becoming an increasingly common tool that employers are using to evaluate potential candidates. Here’s what you need to consider and be prepared for when it comes to video interviews.
How should you answer “What are you looking for in terms of salary?”. Follow these tips if you’re for an entry-level position.
No matter how great the job interview is going, there is always one question that stops you short. “What are you looking for in terms of salary?”. Such a straightforward question, and yet, the answer is so complex.
Having a mentor who can share their expertise, experiences, and guidance can drastically help to develop your career.
It is important that you identify when your job search setbacks occur, and to have a strategic plan of how to continue to move forward.
Employers are more likely to want you to apply online through their company website. Here are some tips to help you complete your online application successfully.
Career Development is a life-long process that requires us to revisit our occupational choices many times during the various stages of one’s working life. Regardless of age, change is constant.
Most employers spend approximately 7 seconds scanning your resume for the first time.
Vhideh shares her story, her struggles, and how LINC has made life easier by helping to improve her communication and language skills.
This year, thousands of refugees from Nigeria arrived in Toronto and are living in hotels. Our Newcomer Services – Welcoming Communities program recently reached out to hear directly from … Continue Reading Refugee Youth – BBQ @ Scarborough Bluffs
This video is the first of an ongoing series we’ll be presenting titled “LINC: Overcoming Language Barriers”. Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) helps newcomers learn English and assists them … Continue Reading LINC: Overcoming Language Barriers – Csilla’s Story
Need help writing a cover letter for an entry-level job? Here’s a sample cover letter to help get you started.
Our ‘On The Line’ staff and Chef instructor have been working hard training and connecting our talented participants with employers! Our March session was a success as all participants sharpened … Continue Reading On The Line Culinary Training – March 2018 Session
Is there a better way to learn about your community than to get outside and explore it? Outdoor education is a wonderful chance for students to try new things, to explore different places, and to learn in an experiential way.
This unique Youth Skills Link program provides 5 weeks of intensive kitchen training and
pre employment support to prepare individuals to start a career as line cooks.
On November 22, 2017 hundreds of Canadian newcomers from our LINC Program visited the TIFF Bell Lightbox to participate in REEL Canada’s “Welcome to Canada” programme.