Internationally trained and looking to get back in your field? We can help! Register Now

Staying Positive During a Global Pandemic

COVID has affected the lives of many people. The spread of the virus has resulted in many closures and layoffs. During these unpredictable times, Canadians and Internationally Trained Individuals (ITIs) alike may find it difficult to keep a positive outlook on life. How can we stay positive in life and our job search? Career Loans

Read more

Fitness from Home: Staying Active While Indoors

In order to help stop the spread of COVID-19, a lot of people have been doing their part by staying at home. For many people, this increase of time spent at home has led to many lifestyle changes. A stoppage of gym facilities, sports arenas, and public gatherings have resulted in people becoming less active.

Read more

4 Tips To Promote Work-Life Balance

Moving to a new country is expensive. Even highly trained newcomers may find themselves initially working in survival jobs to earn money. As a result, many hardworking newcomers work long hours in order to earn more money; this is time which is taken away from their personal life and with family. It is common to

Read more

3 Things to Consider Before Returning to Your Career

For many Internationally Trained Individuals (ITIs) in Canada, continuing a career in their trained field is an ideal situation. This is true for many professionals; whether in healthcare, finance, or the trades. While professional newcomers have the skills to make a positive impact on the Canadian workforce, the reality is that some Canadian employers may

Read more

PrepCan-Online Newcomer Information Centre is coordinated and funded by:

Centre for Education & Training Mississauga logo Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada logo

careerloans logo

Career Loans provides career counselling and micro loans to Internationally Trained Individuals in regulated and non-regulated occupations and trades, who are looking to return to their chosen profession.



SSL
Funded By:
logo-ESDC
Coordinated By:

logo tcet


Financial Partner:

logo HSBC

Privacy Policy

Terms of Use

Twitter

Join us at the upcoming Virtual #CareerFair hosted by @cecs_sk and @CFSRegina this Friday. Learn more about what Career Loans can offer ... skilled #newcomers in #Saskatchewan and check out the other hiring organizations as well!

Register here:
http://www.cecs.12sc.ca/inscription-candidats/

A #MicroLoan may be what you need for your #career in #Canada. Skilled #newcomers in #Alberta and #Saskatchewan are eligible for free ... support services from Career Loans.

Learn more at:
http://www.careerloans.ca/micro-loans/

Our friends at @CFSRegina are hosting an information session for unemployed or underemployed individuals interested in a Tourism/Hospitality... & Health Care career.

More info at:
http://www.cfsregina.ca/tourism-hospitality-housekeeping/

A cold #winter may be a new experience for #newcomers. Learning to enjoy the winter months will make your life in #Canada easier. Read our ... #blog to learn more!

http://www.careerloans.ca/how-to-enjoy-the-canadian-winter/

Ready to set #career #goals for #2021? Watch our free webinar and hear from @AnthonyOlusola, Executive Director at @TAYFFI, about the ... importance of #GoalSetting as a #newcomer to #Canada.

Watch now: http://www.careerloans.ca/free-webinar/

Load More...






Latest Video

More
No Videos found.

Blog

Subscribe
News item image

Webinar: Financial Literacy for Canadian Newcomers – Feb 18, 2021

February 18, 2021 (12:00 – 13:00 CST)
Click Here to Register Now!

Managing personal finances is an important skill for newcomers. Join us for a …

Read more
News item image

How to Enjoy the Canadian Winter

A cold Canadian winter may be a new experience for newcomers from warm countries. Learning to enjoy the winter months will make your life in Canada …

Read more
News item image

Preparing for Winter in Canada

Winter in Canada may seem intimidating for many newcomers from warmer countries. Canadian winters are often characterized by cold temperatures and …

Read more
News item image

Webinar: Coping with a Canadian Winter – Jan 21, 2021

January 21, 2021 (12:00 – 13:00 CST)
Click Here to Register Now! 

Newcomers from warmer countries may not know what to expect during a Canadian …

Read more

PrepCan-Online Newcomer Information Centre is coordinated and funded by:

Centre for Education & Training Mississauga logo Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada logo

COVID-19 NOTICE

All Career Loans virtual services will continue during this time; our hours of operation remain the same at 8:30AM – 4:30PM (MT) from Monday to Friday. Please contact us if you require assistance outside of these hours.