What we're about
Perhaps some immigrants/newcomers have a unique mix of courage, naivete and resilience that enables their smooth transition to a new homeland. But it’s not easy for everyone to integrate into a new culture.
What makes one newcomer’s integration more successful than another? Shifting one’s cultural identity with new roles, values and beliefs in the new society is a start. Also, engaging with people outside of your own ethnic group work helps that adjustment.
3 Stages to resettlement
There are three stages to a newcomer’s adaptation in a new country: friends, employment and transportation.
It is challenging to find work, especially when you are new to Canada. Learn what to expect, where to find information about jobs in BC, and who to talk to if you want help. We work with different career college who provide training and job placement program. Please send an email with your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org if you need help looking for a job in vancouver. We may not find the dream job for you, but at least get you a decent job to pay your bills. We will have meetup based on job fair and career opportunities.
To get around easily in today's big cities, especially in their sparsely populated suburbs, access to a private motor vehicle is not only very convenient but sometimes absolutely essential. Parents with young children know this only too well, since they often have to commute to work and back, drive the children to the daycare centre or evening activities, go to an appointment, shop for dinner and do other things besides – all in the same day.
We helps newcomers get car loans regardless of previous credit history. Our Goal is to ensure that you are able to obtain the vehicle you need, regardless of your credit score. Please give me a call, if you need assistance to get your first car in Canada. My cell number is 778-855-6681.