Practice Interview

To help clients to practice job interviews. You will need to review a practice interview package (job ad, cover letter, and resume), select interview questions and provide feedback. The interviews can be done in person or on the phone.

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Professional Volunteer Program

The Professional Mentorship Program connects recent immigrants with locally established professionals in their field of work. As a mentor, you have an opportunity to give back to the professional communities by providing insights, advice, connections, support, and guidance to a newcomer and making a long-lasting impact on their life!

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Special Events

Volunteers are often needed to provide extra support with ISANS and community, cultural and sports activities. You will be contacted as new events are being publicized to confirm your interest.  

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Administration Assistant

Assist at the front desks at all three ISANS locations. Greet clients as they arrive in the reception area. Assist with photocopying and other office duties as required. Update materials in the reception area.

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Employment Lab Assistant

Assist instructors in the Job Search Resource Center, helping clients review resumes and cover letters for job searching.

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Computer Classes Assistant

Computer classes focus on providing a place for clients to feel comfortable developing the computer skills required to live, study, and work in the Canada.

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Canada Connections

Canada Connects is a program that matches newcomer individuals and families with​ more established community members who help them learn about Canadian life and take part in community activities. The paired matches​ meet weekly for two hours for at least six months. ISANS supports volunteers and matches by coordinating social events so that they can meet others, share…

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Classroom Volunteer

Language classes, where volunteers can help classroom instructors in Literacy and low-level classes

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Conversation Circle Facilitator

ISANS Volunteers facilitate ‘Conversation Circles’. Clients are assigned to ‘Circles’ based on their CLB level. These ‘Circles’ provide opportunities for newcomers to practice their speaking skills. The topics chosen are practical, interesting and sometimes even inspiring.​

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