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Canadian government's project to assist, aid, etc. internationally trained migrants

April 2014, 27
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CANADA
Hon. Jason Kenny, Canada’s  minister for Employment and Social Development and Hon. Alice Wong, who is the country’s minister of state for seniors and a MP (Member of Parliament) for Richmond announced that more than $2.5 million will be set apart and used for a project to assist, aid and help internationally trained underemployed people who are also freshers, to find and get jobs in their fields of study and immigrate to Canada.

An organization by the name, S.U.C.C.E.S.S., whose CEO is Queenie Choo is coordinating and working along with the government to assist the underemployed. This is a pilot project and will seek to assist those who are underemployed newcomers find jobs in the country related to their field of study and education. The target is to find 300 skilled newcomers and assist them by training them and also if necessary help get them the needed credentials to find the jobs that they are seeking. So, both training and testing for credentials will be undertaken in this pilot project through the organization S.U.C.C.E.S.S.

A list of 14 high priority occupations has been drawn up and internationally trained people seeking Canadian credentials and jobs can apply for jobs in Canada and this will also be of help to employers in Canada who are on the look out for well trained and motivated workers or employees.

This program and pilot project are not new. In 2012, the government had also launched Foreign Credential Recognition Loans pilot project, which was a pilot project. This pilot project was undertaken in coordination with 9 community organizations, which included S.U.C.C.E.S.S. The government through this program and pilot project has also disbursed microloans to the workers, to the extent of $15,000 for each worker. 

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