Free Employment & Settlement Counseling Services
Achēv NIC Online (Newcomer Information Centre Online) offers a variety of FREE virtual online services including orientation, information, and referrals related to Employment and Settlement services for newcomers in Ontario.
Register now and receive one-on-one counseling with our experts who can guide you on subjects such as: job search resources, education and training, immigration and citizenship, language training, and much more!
Access our free services from the comfort of your home today!
After an Employment Consultant has validated your registration, you will have unlimited access to the following services:
Our Virtual Employment and Information Specialist will provide information and resources
Free Online Tools
We record our weekly webinars and sessions for our clients and provide access them with
On Demand Sessions
Virtual Resource Centre
We offer 24/7 exclusive hand-picked information and resources to NIC Online clients
Nous n’offrons aucun service en français.*
If you have any questions or need help to register, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
You can access NIC Online services if you meet these three requirements:
You are either a Permanent Resident or a Convention Refugee
You are 16 years or older
You are a resident of Ontario
Why Do You Need Settlement Services?
Adjusting to a new country can be quite difficult if you do not have access to the right information and resources.
This is where Achēv NIC Online can help you by providing updated information and referrals
related to Employment and Settlement in Ontario.
One-on-One Employment Counselling
Job search help
Resume/cover letter critique
Educational upgrading programs including Co-ops
Alternate career paths
Information about regulated professions
One-on-One Settlement Counselling
How to apply for Social Insurance Number
OHIP card information
Referrals to legal services
How to apply for taxes and information on community based tax clinics
English and French language assessments & classes
Domestic violence and mental health resources
How to enroll your children in School