Youth Life Skills

If you are a government-assisted refugee youth (age 15-25) who has arrived in Nova Scotia within the last three months, our Youth Life Skills services will provide you with guidance and support to help you adjust to life in Canada by matching you with a peer youth who speaks your first language.

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Immigrant Youth Career Exploration

The Immigrant Youth Career Exploration Project (IYCEP) will help you learn more about post-secondary education options, goal setting, and career exploration.

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Immigrant Youth Employability Project

The Immigrant Youth Employability Program is designed to help immigrant youth explore career options, gain local work experience, and understand a Canadian work environment.

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Bridge to Work

The Bridge to Work Program is designed to help immigrants gain local work experience and understand the Canadian work environment.

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Practice Interview Program

A job interview is an important part of finding work in Canada. Learning about job interviews and practicing your interview skills can greatly increase your chance of success.

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Atlantic Immigrant Career Loan Fund (AICLF)

If you’re an internationally trained immigrant living in Atlantic Canada, the Atlantic Immigrant Career Loan Fund can help you overcome financial barriers to upgrade your skills and obtain your license or certification.

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