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Do you need a Computer?

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Renewed Computer Technology (RCT) is offering refurbished computers at an amazing price!

Renewed Computer Technology (RCT) is a not-for-profit, charitable organization that empowers learners, educators and not-for-profit organizations with access to affordable, renewed computers to help meet education and career goals.

RCT at North York Community House are offering:

  • Desktop Package: $60 + $11 Shipping Fee
    Includes a desktop complete with Windows 10 and MS Office - Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and OneNote plus learning software, Monitor, Keyboard and Mouse.

  • Laptop Package: $150 + $11 Shipping Fee
    Includes laptop complete with Windows 10 and MS Office - Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and OneNote plus learning software.

You can apply for this program if you are:

  • A resident of Ontario with limited income (proof is required)

  • A parent/guardian of children/youth under the age of 18.

PLEASE NOTE: RCT offers one computer per family.

For details and eligibility please contact: Dayanne 416-781-7457 | dmartinez@nych.ca

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Employment & Financial Literacy Support for Newcomer Men

We offer employment readiness, financial literacy and life skills for newcomer men.

Employment Readiness Component includes:

  • Employment readiness training sessions 

  • One-on-one coaching 

  • Support in your job search including developing a cover letter, resume and job interview skills, etc.

  • Access to mentors and networking/workplace tour opportunities

  • Support while looking for employment

Financial Literacy and Life Skills Component includes:

  • Support to gain skills and access resources to cope with life changes in a new country

  • Learn basic money management skills to make better choices about your future

  • Individualized support around financial matters (i.e. tax filing, accessing benefits, budgeting, etc.)

This an ongoing program.
For more information please contact:
Ghazwan: 647-637-4176 | gtoma@nych.ca

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Become a Volunteer Mentor!

Share your Skills & Expertise with Newcomers!

Volunteer mentors provide support to Internationally Trained Professionals around Canadian Workplace Culture and the Labour Market. The Mentorship Program matches volunteers from specific industries with newcomers looking for employment in the same (or similar) industry.

We are looking for professionals with:

• Strong Interpersonal Skills
• Good Listening Skills
• Knowledge of Canadian Workplace Culture
• Open to knowledge & Exchange

For more information please contact:

Alin Moayedi: amoayedi@nych.ca  | 647-204-9070