Career Resources

Getting a high-quality education is just one of the many steps new immigrants need to take in order to succeed in your new life in Canada.

To help, we’ve prepared a list of organizations that offer valuable information, advice, and services for internationally educated professionals. They can help address issues such as gaining educational and work experience in Canada, qualifying for professional licensing and registration, finding a job, and English language assessment and training.

Please note: This list doesn’t include every possible organization that might be able to help you – and Ryerson University’s G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education does not take any responsibility for the information, advice, and services these organizations provide.

Global Experience Ontario

Global Experience Ontario helps international professionals find out how to qualify for practice in their field in Ontario. This online centre offers a range of resources and for those undergoing the process for licensing and registration in Ontario. provides newcomers with information and resources on employment, education, language assessment and training, and healthcare, in order to help make a new life in Ontario.

YMCA Newcomer Services

The YMCA’s Newcomer Services unit features the following programs for new immigrants to Canada:

  • Settlement information and referral
  • Language instruction and referral
  • English literacy and basic skills training

Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC)

TRIEC is dedicated to helping skilled immigrants integrate into the Toronto Region labour market. Among TRIEC’s many initiatives, TRIEC offers an internship program that gives internationally qualified professionals Canadian work experience in their fields of expertise as well as provides career-specific mentoring opportunities to skilled immigrants.

Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants (OCASI)

OCASI is made up of independent, community-based agencies. It works to ensure that everybody in Ontario can participate fully in the province’s social, cultural, political, and economic life.

OSASI’s Job Search Workshops (JSW) Program offers short-term, pre-employment workshops designed for recent immigrants. These workshops help newcomers find employment in the shortest time.

The Maytree Foundation

The Maytree Foundation is a charitable organization launched in 1982. One of Maytree’s main aims is to help immigrants and refugees settle successfully in large urban centres.

Among this organization’s programs, Maytree offers scholarships, employment loans, and grants for immigrants and refugees.

Ryerson University Career Centre

Our commitment to you doesn’t end at the classroom door. Ryerson’s Career Centre offers The Chang School learners an array of career support services:

  • Job-search workshops
  • Resumé, cover letter and interview assistance
  • Employer information resources
  • Employment counselling