Internships / Mentorships
Internships for graduates with disabilities.
Access to pre-screened candidates with the appropriate credentials and qualifications, job posting services, training incentives, speed mentoring, recruitment events and job fairs, workplace communication and language training for your staff.
Links to various internship programs to gain on-the-job experience.
Paid internship program for internationally qualified professionals to get meaningful work experience in Canada.
Internship program offering entry-level work experience for Canadian graduates with a university bachelor degree or college diploma/certificate.
Career Focus Program in Agriculture and Agri-Food
Program to help create agri-science and veterinary internships for graduates across the country.
Profession to Profession - Mentoring Immigrants Program
Mentoring provided by a City of Toronto employee working in the occupation of the internationally-trained professional.
For permanent residents of Canada matches mentors and mentees along occupation-specific lines.
Jewish Vocational Services (JVS)
Connect newcomers with professionals and trades people established and employed in the GTA to gain occupation-specific information and assist with developing professional networks.
Le Centre francophone de Toronto
Connects qualified, professional francophone newcomers with Canadian professionals working in the same field.
Ontario Internship Program
Paid, two-year, entry level employment opportunity in specified professional fields for recent graduates of post secondary education.
Ontario Public Service (OPS) Internship Program for Internationally Trained Individuals
An internship program that provides internationally trained individuals with an opportunity for a placement of up to six months within the Ontario Public Service.
Post-secondary Co-op/Internship Program
Gain work experience through a position with the Canadian federal public service.
Science and Technology Internship Program
Youth program (under 30) to provide relevant and meaningful work experience to recent graduates in science, engineering or business.
Science Horizons Youth Internship Program
Environment Canada program offers promising young scientists and post-secondary graduates hands-on experience working on environmental projects under the mentorship and coaching of experienced scientists and program managers.
Skills for Change
Assists internationally-trained professional newcomers in their search for suitable employment by matching them with mentors with similar professional experience.
The Mentoring Partnership
Brings together skilled immigrants and established professionals in occupation-specific mentoring relationships.