Launched on March 1, 2022

At present, the Authorities of Saskatchewan introduced $638,000 in funding for coaching and work placements for internationally educated newcomers to Saskatchewan by means of the Bridging to Employment program.

“Saskatchewan is called a spot of nice alternative and continues to draw expert newcomers from world wide,” mentioned Jeremy Harrison, Minister of Immigration and Profession Coaching. “This funding will give internationally educated newcomers entry to vital coaching and work expertise alternatives that may assist them enter the labor market and settle in communities in our province.”

Bridging to Employment is a 20-week program consisting of 10 weeks of classroom coaching, targeted on communication, job preparation and digital literacy abilities. That is adopted by 10 weeks of paid work expertise with a Saskatchewan employer.

This system will likely be supplied by the Regina Immigrant Ladies’s Middle, the Saskatchewan Intercultural Affiliation in Saskatoon, and the Prince Albert Multicultural Council. This system is funded by means of the Canada-Saskatchewan labor market switch agreements and can help 60 contributors.

Contributors might want to be a part of SaskJobs Careers Providers to find out eligibility and obtain a referral to this system. For extra details about the initiative and eligibility standards, contact SaskJobs Careers Providers at 1-833-613-0485 or


for extra data contact:

Robin Spear
Immigration and Profession Coaching
Cellphone: 306-519-5006
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