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Job Skills' employer partner Edgar Aranha of CGI gives a testimonial: “CGI has been a partner with Bridge to HR for the past 24 months and we have brought on talent to help us with our HR priorities. Our goal has always been to make the experience a win-win for the candidate, for Job Skills and for CGI and we have been fairly successful doing so. CGI will continue to partner with Bridge to HR and we look forward to welcoming more new immigrants into the Canadian Workforce in the years to come.”


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Why host an internship?

Bridge to HR Online participants are skilled professionals who are experienced in various Human Resources functions. By hosting a twelve (12) week internship, your organization will be receiving professional HR assistance at a supplemented cost.

Depending on your business needs, we will screen our clients and provide you with an intern who is a good fit. Aiming to make this process as seamless as possible, the Bridge to HR Online team is available to assist with the development of any job description(s) and or training plan(s) for the interns.

What are the benefits of becoming a mentor?
  • Find satisfaction in helping another person learn and achieve his/her goals
  • Enhance your enthusiasm for your own career and development goals
  • Empower and educate individuals entering and coping with new surroundings
  • Identify emerging talent and expand your professional network
  • Earn 1.5 CHRP re-certification points for every hour of mentoring contact

Qualified mentors will be currently working in the local HR labour market with 3 or more years of Canadian HR experience. Mentoring will consist of 1.5 hour weekly meetings for a period of 4 months. Mentoring can be performed in person, over the phone and/or virtually.

Contact Information:

Phone: 905-940-7982
Toll free: 1-888-940-8004

Email: Bridge to HR Online

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