Our Programs & Services
SERVING OUR COMMUNITY SINCE 2005
EMPLOYMENT PREP & COUNSELLING
OICS offers free and professional employment preparations and counselling so that the members of our community can walk into the work world confidently
RESUME WRITING & INTERVIEW SUPPORT
The first step to finding employment is an amazing and full resume. At OICS we can help. Contact us below and come into our office
EMPLOYER REFERENCES FOR VOLUNTEERS
Our organization offers professional reference letters to all who volunteer with us, in order to increase your chances of finding employment
JOB SEARCH AND PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE
OICS offers a helping hand in finding you long-term employment by looking for placements with you and assisting in setting up interviews
OICS’s Employment Centre provides anyone access to today’s most comprehensive employment and labor market resources. If you are a newcomer to Canada, an experienced worker, a person with a disability, student of a youth contact us to know how we can help you. We are “Where Futures Begin”.
Career for Life
WE STRONGLY BELIEF IN WHAT WE DO!
Welcome to Ontario Inter-Cultural Community Services
As a multicultural organization, OICS recognizes that its Board of Directors must be representative of the community that it serves, and maintains a consistent effort to ensure that this diversity is reflected at all levels of the organization. OICS has a mandate to recruit nominees that represent the broadest cross-section of the cultural communities of Ontario. Current Board membership includes representation from the Chinese, South Asian, Eastern European, and Polish, communities. The Nominations Committee accepts nominations from the community, volunteers, and staff, and actively seeks those whose professional expertise meets the organization’s needs.
Within 5 years, 41% of our members, who we have offered our services to, were on social assistance
Within 5 years, 42% of our members, who we have offered our services to, were single parents
Within 5 years, 59% of our members, who we have offered our services to, were unemployed
Within 5 years, 17% of our members, who we have offered our services to, were refugees and new comers to Canada