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Afghanistan Albania Angola Argentina Australia Bangladesh Belarus Brazil British Virgin Islands Cambodia Cameron Chile China Colombia Costa Rica Cuba Denmark Ecuador Egypt Ethiopia France Germany Ghana Grenada Guadeloupe (France) Guinea Hungary India Iran Iraq Ireland Italy Ivory Coast Japan Kazakhstan Kenya Korea Kosovo Malaysia Malta Mexico Nepal Netherlands New Zealand Nigeria Pakistan Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Qatar Republic of Guyana Romania Russia Salvador Saudi Arabia Slovakia Somalia South Africa Spain Sri Lanka St. Lucia Sweden Syria Taiwan Thailand Trinidad and Tobago Turkey UK U.S.A. Uganda Ukraine Venezuela Vietnam Zimbabwe 75 countries!Most Commonly-Spoken Languages: Most Commonly-Spoken Languages English Spanish Tagalog Gujarati Mandarin Korean Arabic Somali AlbanianOur Clients: Our Clients Immigration Class Number of Clients Family Class 168 Economic Class 110 Convention Refugees 65 Canadian Citizens 121 Workers 37 Temporary Residents 73 International Students 89 Live-in Caregivers 31 Refugee Claimants 26 Intent to Land 12 Other 12 Total 777Settlement Programs: Providing information and assistance through one-on-one and group information sessions Settlement Programs2011-2012 in Numbers: Settlement: 2011-2012 in Numbers: Settlement 323 new clients 454 returning clients 856 total visitsLanguage Programs: Language Programs LANGUAGE ASSESSMENT CENTRE Assessments completed for Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) Program at Fleming College 54 new clients assessed Language Assessor: Andrea HeilingbrunnerLanguage Programs: Language Programs Susan Lawrence taught Advanced English and co-taught the Citizenship Course with Margaret Higgins Dave Loftus taught English Pronunciation Bruce Taylor taught Basic, Intermediate and Advanced ESL Diane Cancilla and Peter van Katwijk facilitated the English conversation groupsGroups & Programs included:: Groups & Programs included: Information Session for Live-In Caregivers Income Tax Workshops with Forest Li Peterborough Parent-Child Mother Goose Program Women’s Group facilitated by Evangelina Rodriguez and Rosie SalcidoCommunity Connections: Introducing new Canadians to local volunteers and other exciting social and educational opportunities Community Connections2011-2012 in Numbers: Community Connections 89 volunteers 3580 volunteer hours ( 480 days of work!) 26 clients matched for tutoring 242 group sessions 3989 newcomer attendees 2011-2012 in NumbersCommunity Connections: Highlights : Community Connections: Highlights Hockey Night with the Petes A quick tour of the arena and lesson about the rules of the game from Jason, then – Game On!Community Connections: Highlights : Community Connections: Highlights Trip to Lakefield Curling Club Relaxing table-top curling for the young ones but it was “Hurrrrry! Sweeeep!” on the iceCommunity Connections: Highlights : Community Connections: Highlights OFAH Fishing Event A delicious pancake breakfast to start the day and then fun times at the OFAH Shimano Fish PondCommunity Connections: Highlights : Community Connections: Highlights Citizenship Ceremony Peterborough’s first ceremony in 15 yearsCommunity Connections: Highlights : Community Connections: Highlights Other trips, tours and activities included: Ottawa Tulip Festival Toronto Zoo AppleFest French and Spanish Conversation Circles World Kitchens Square Dancing in Norwood Maple Sugar BushItinerant Services: Our Cobourg office provides support to newcomers in Northumberland County Itinerant ServicesCobourg Programs and Events: Cobourg Programs and Events Trip to Sandy Flat Sugar Bush Employment Workshops with Watton Employment English Conversation Circle Women’s GroupCobourg Programs and Events: Cobourg Programs and Events Workshop on “Building A Welcoming Community”Migrant Worker Project: Migrant Worker Project Dinner organised for workers from Mexico, Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago and Guatemala where they received the Welcome Book and reusable waterbottlesWelcome Dinner for Migrant Workers: Welcome Dinner for Migrant WorkersMedical Services for Migrant Workers: Medical Services for Migrant Workers 4 walk-in clinics organised in partnership with Port Hope Community Health Centre Workers were able to access free and confidential health services in the eveningMany Thanks to Our Cobourg Community Partners: Many Thanks to Our Cobourg Community Partners Cobourg Public Library County of Northumberland Family Law Information Centre Fellowship Baptist Church Horizons of Friendship Lloyd & Associates Neighbour Link Northumberland United Way Port Hope Community Health Centre Quid Novis Immigration Services Salvation Army Cobourg The Read Centre Town of Cobourg Municipal Office Trinity United Church – Cobourg Watton Employment Services YMCA NorthumberlandSettlement Workers in Schools (SWIS): School-based outreach program serving 290 clients (70 families) in 2011-2012 Settlement Workers in Schools (SWIS)SWIS Programs – Kids Club: SWIS Programs – Kids Club Held on PA Days Children socialise playing games and doing crafts Parents participate in information sessionsSWIS Programs – Youth Group: SWIS Programs – Youth Group Volunteers: Liane Loucks and Gerard Valles Homework first …SWIS Programs – Youth Group: SWIS Programs – Youth Group Then fun fun fun !SWIS Programs – Sports Day: SWIS Programs – Sports DaySWIS Programs : SWIS Programs Summer Family Literacy Program Parents enjoy free time in the library or at the TEKdesk computer lab Children engaged in stories, games and craftsOther SWIS Events: Other SWIS Events Summer Picnic at the Zoo High School Orientation Elementary School Orientation Parent Talk on Drug Awareness St. Mary’s High School Welcome to Canada Dinner Chinese New Year Celebration at PCVSWorkplace Integration Centre: Assists employers in attracting, hiring and retaining internationally-trained professionals Workplace Integration CentrePowerPoint Presentation: Funded primarily by the Global Experience @ Work program from the Ontario Chamber of Commerce Funding received through a local partnership with the Greater Peterborough Chamber of Commerce Additional funding for the mentorship program from ALLIES, through MaytreePowerPoint Presentation: Assisted 213 internationally-trained professionals Worked with 360 employers Created 47 jobs, and impacted 47 lives and familiesOutreach: Events, Speakers Bureau and Fundraising OutreachSpeakers Bureau: Speakers Bureau Our partnership with Peterborough Toastmasters for training in public speaking and presentation skills continues to be popular with NCC clients and the communityFundraising: Fundraising NCC staff pitched in with monthly fundraising projects which included a BBQ, garage sale, raffle for mystery box and the “Around the World in 12 Cakes” calendarCommunity Events - Highlights: Community Events - Highlights One World Dinner co- organised with Jamaican Self-Help and Kawartha World Issues CentreCommunity Events - Highlights: Community Events - Highlights Team NCC helping out at the Habitat for Humanity 740 Jane Street ProjectCommunity Events – Canada Day: Community Events – Canada DayCommunity Events – Canada Day: Community Events – Canada DayPeterborough Partnership Council on Immigrant Integration: Peterborough Partnership Council on Immigrant IntegrationPPCII Membership: PPCII Membership 147 members (63 organisational members) Some of our new members:PPCII Activities - Highlights: PPCII Activities - Highlights Launch of the Integration Strategy Action PlanPPCII Activities - Highlights: PPCII Activities - Highlights Launch of the “Multicultural Organisations In Peterborough” Guide and MapPPCII Activities - Highlights: PPCII Activities - Highlights Participation in the Caribbean Street FestivalPPCII Activities - Highlights: PPCII Activities - Highlights Hosting a Women’s Business Network Spotlight Event Strategic Planning Session“Together We Prosper” Conference: “Together We Prosper” Conference Explored the benefits of and tools for integrating newcomers Topics included: Diversity, Creativity and the Economy Diversity and Inclusivity in the Workplace Newcomer Mental Health Engaging Newcomer Youth“Together We Prosper” Conference: For the first time, the conference keynote address delivered by a newcomer to Peterborough, Naser Miftari from Albania “Together We Prosper” ConferenceComing up for the PPCII : Coming up for the PPCII Creation of an ESL Steering Committee to address gaps in English Language Training in the Peterborough area. Implementing a series of training workshops focused on immigrant integration Continuing to deliver and improve upon the Newcomer Integration Toolkit Begin measuring how successful we have been at achieving our goalsThank You …: Thank You …Our Funders: Our Funders Individual Donors & FundraisingThank You to Our Community Partners: Thank You to Our Community Partners Alternatives Canadian Mental Health Association Carmela Valles (Immigration Services) Casa Maria Refugee Homes City of Peterborough Community Innovation and Opportunity Network (COIN) Cobourg Public Library Community Counseling & Resource Centre Community Opportunity & Innovation Network (COIN) Drive Test Examination Employment Planning & Counseling Peterborough Front Line Services Network Frontier College Greater Peterborough Chamber of Commerce Greater Peterborough Area Economic Development Corporation Habitat for Humanity Jamaican Self Help John Howard Society Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board Kawartha-Halliburton Children’s Aid Society Kinark Child and Family Services Kiwanas Club Legal Aid Literacy Ontario Central South Ministry of Community and Social Services Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services Me to We Northern Lights Canada Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration Ontario Province Police Peterborough County Ontario Works Office of Member of the Parliament Peterborough Art Gallery Peterborough Chamber of Commerce Peterborough Collegiate Vocational School Peterborough Community Legal Centre Peterborough Family Resource Centre Peterborough Fire/Police/EMS Peterborough City County Health Unit Peterborough Mosque Peterborough Petes Peterborough Public Library Peterborough Regional Health Centre Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic School Board Peterborough Youth Commission Peterborough Youth Services Rotary Club Rural Outreach Committee Salvation Army Sir Sandford Fleming College Trent University Trent Centre for Community-Based Education Trent Valley Literacy Association Tri County Support Services United Way of Peterborough and District Workforce Development Board YMCA Northumberland YMCA PeterboroughMany Thanks to the NCC Board: Many Thanks to the NCC Board Mary Ladky Cath D’Amico Gabriele Zeh-Abramsky Chanda Kaziya Janet Hunter Javier Bravo Linda Wong Mary Breen Sheila Nabigon-HowlettA Fond Farewell and Many Thanks to: A Fond Farewell and Many Thanks to Ziysah Markson Ralph Colley Maryam Monsef Melissa Sharpe-Harrigan Mary KapronMany Thanks to Our Awesome Volunteers: Many Thanks to Our Awesome VolunteersPlacement & Summer Students: Placement & Summer Students Fleming College Parmjit Sohal Trent Centre for Community-Based Education Chanel Christophe Natalie Guttormssom John Horrox Erika Tataw Canada World Youth Vincent Poirier Caroline Wilbard Mgaya Queen’s University Education Program Laura Burt Christina Richards Trent University Travis Kendall Miranda Hinton Berger PPCII Summer Student Nuruddin QoraneTeam NCC: Team NCCFrom the Bottom of our Hearts: From the Bottom of our Hearts Muchas Gracias Maraming salamat شكرا آپ کا شکریہ Merci Mahad Sanid Thank You You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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