If you joined the club in early August, you got some of the goodies we had to offer after our soft launch on August 4th. If you are new here, WELCOME, let's get you up to speed.
Every 2 weeks (at minimum), there is a LIVE call on a Wednesday with Canadian Immigration Coach, Kristina McPherson, to get to know where you are on your immigration journey and coach you on the right immigration path towards your goals and a general Q&A session.
Monthly, Career Coach, Michael Kaiser hosts a hands-on resume webinar to review and comment on your resume and provide guidance on crafting the perfect resume after you have gone through the Canadianize your Resume course, available for free to all club members. Here is a quick link to access - CLICK HERE FOR RESUME COURSE
Monthly, Immigration Consultant, Minerva McBean, alongside Kristina & Michael, have a general Q&A session to address any of your burning Immigration concerns or questions.
Monthly, Michael & Kristina host a Job Search webinar targeting LMIA approved or exempt employers, or programs with approved LMIA status or LMIA exempt employers, such as the Atlantic Immigration Program & The Rural and Northern Pilot Program. Here is a list of 6 admin positions as of September 1st posted by employers who are LMIA approved and are accepting applications from people with no work permit inside and outside of Canada. CLICK HERE TO VIEW JOBS This post is available for free to all club members
All these sessions were value-packed covering some critical topics that may be floating around in your head.
The Ask A Canadian Immigration Coach sessions in August were on August 9, August 16 and August 30.
The Hands-on Resume Webinar was on August 19.
The Ask An Immigration Consultant session was on August 25th
Job Search in Atlantic Canada & Rural & Northern communities webinar was on September 1st.
Here are the highlights of what we covered in the August sessions:
Using a combination of the The Atlantic Immigration Program + The Visitor to Worker Program
Calculating Express Entry Points to determine where dreamers stood in relation to the rounds of invitations
NOC job classification, help finding your NOC code and job title matching for your Express Entry Profile
The Express Entry Category Change - the targeted occupations and where to find the NOCs under the targeted categories
Study permit cap due to housing crisis
The English test for immigration programs that you may be considering when thinking about the visitor to worker program
Post graduate work permit - when to apply and When should you use a consultant
What is the best route for you if you don't want to go to school
Overcoming visa rejections, reapplying for visas and counting your express entry points
The use of AI for immigration applications and resume vetting
Immigration approval times
Intra-company transfers between a company in your country and in Canada.
To see the recordings for the Q&A sessions, visit the video library from your club member home page or CLICK HERE TO SEE RECORDINGS. Free to view for all club members.
If you have any questions or special requests for us to add things you need to support your immigration journey, always feel free to send us a chat in the bottom right-hand corner of this screen or email Kristina at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Remember that as a club member, you have access to a host of valuable information and resources for free as long as your membership is valid:
Kristina's audiobook & e-book "From Foreign Student to Canadian Citizen and Everything in Between". This is a step-by-step guide for anyone interested in going to school as an immigration pathway to Canada or if you are already here as an International Student and need pointers on your next steps after school or after your work permit. This is a comprehensive and easy-to-understand, step-by-step guide to help you every step of the way. This book is available on Amazon to or for purchase on this website, but for you dear Dreamer, it is free inside the club. Listen to it while you work, cook, clean, or chillax. It will give you a great idea of the full picture and how to get there. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN NOW
Michael's "Canadianize" your Resume course is your first step to landing a Canadian job, especially if you are trying to job hunt outside of Canada or as a visitor to Canada. A good resume is one of the most important steps to landing the right job, not just any job, the right one. Do not underestimate the volume of people applying to jobs in Canada and your need and ability to stick out and not be just another plain old resume. You will get expert advice and guidance backed up with the resume course at the end,where you get Michael and Kristina live to polish it up. Take advantage of this; even if resume writing is a task you dread, it will be worth it. CLICK HERE TO START LESSON 1
I already mentioned the video library with exclusive content that is not available on YouTube. HERE IS THE LINK AGAIN TO SKIP TO THE VIDEO LIBRARY
Monthly LIVE sessions - Check out the EVENTS page for the upcoming schedule for September. CLICK HERE TO SEE UPCOMING EVENTS
We will be adding content and more live sessions on a monthly basis, so keep an eye on the News page to see what's new!
The Great Canadian Immigration Summit is only a little over a week away. It will be a great way to get closer to your Canadian Dream with value-packed information and guidance on your next course of action. There will be giveaways each day and you will be able to watch the LIVE replay for 24-hours after the session is aired. Remember to register to get your zoom codes, access to the replays and a chance to be on the inside where the giveaways happen. Have a look at the summit schedule HERE.
We look forward to September with you in the club and seeing you at the Summit.
Remember to tell your friends! Let's chase our dreams together.
The Dream Club Team