Services for Youth and International Students

There are numerous challenges for international students coming to Canada.The biggest of which is the fact that many international students are non-native speakers of English. Differences in study methods compared to their country of origin presentsto be another issue for international students. In many countries, students would have a much greater amount of time spent in class with less emphasis on independent study and more focus on developing the information provided by lecturers in their sessions.
The second issue is the social and cultural adjustments the students have to make just to fit into a new found society. These students are initially not willing to interact with others, experience loss of identity and lack of confidence with sometimes no access to emergency funds, which puts them in a vulnerable position. Students experience homelessness due to financial problems because of the increased cost of living, and unexpected circumstances arising in their homes. A lot of students take loans from banks or their parents, which they have to pay back. Without finding a full time work in Canada that's not feasible."
The worst of all challenges is the missing of dear and near ones. With the JCM fellowship, most students feel right at home within our community. We embrace them with open hands and hearts.
Understanding their needs, we have come up with regular social activities by our youth to encourage and promote social adjustment these students require. Students are encouraged to organise programs, charities, and community events,helping them to boost their confidence and also provides an opportunity to network and socialize.
International students need language assistance to overcome cultural and linguistic differences and also to enhance their academic performance. We provide a forum where the new students meet and interact with the older students who successfully completed their Education. Their experiences and stories of employment and becoming permanent residents in Canada will boost faith in the new students. This would also equip them with valuables skills and knowledge to explore the different prospects offered in Canada.

  • Resume Building Session
  • Career Guidance Camp
  • Preparing for a job interview
  • Career Mentoring Program
  • Leadership and Public Speaking workshops
  • Financial Literacy Class
  • Drama, Dance, Song and Essay Competition for Youth

“May our sons in their youth be like plants full grown, our daughters like corner pillars cut for the structure of a palace.”

Psalms 144:22

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