Work at EMCN

Working at EMCN

EMCN has supported newcomers of all ages and families, including refugees, skilled immigrants, refugee claimants, and citizens, since 1981. We are able to serve newcomers from more than 100 countries of origin and offer services in over 30 languages every year because of our incredibly diverse, highly skilled workforce.

At EMCN, our goal is to create a society based on the dignity of every human being by promoting our values of Social Justice, Diversity, Compassion and Responsibility. EMCN focuses on the individual’s strengths to enhance the team’s capacity and human-centred practices. Through a highly collaborative and engaged workforce, EMCN’s workplace consistently helps newcomers achieve their goals to enhance their quality of life and the beauty of our city.

EMCN is a progressive, open-minded, and accepting meritocracy. This means we look for intelligence, energy, curiosity, integrity, humility, courage, and good people who are great at what they do – so come as you are! Applications will be assessed based on the qualifications, skills and values outlined in your cover letter and resume against the criteria in this job posting.

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New language centre for newcomers to open

Rat Creek Press | Jul. 1, 2019 Kate Wilson Local organization to open a centralized facility and English language centre The Edmonton Mennonite Centre

EMCN Given Boost to Support Newcomer Minority Women Access Job Market

Diversity Magazine Dec. 20, 2018 Over two years ago, Maysaa Faroun came to Edmonton from Syria without speaking a word in English. Maysaa was

EMCN Presents 900K Surplus and Much More at its AGM

Diversity Magazine | Jun. 28, 2018 Read full article  

Andrew Ference Donates $10,000 To Edmonton Syrian Refugee Fund

HuffPost | The Huffington Post Alberta Nov. 26, 2015 Sarah Rieger The federal government is matching every dollar donated. Edmonton’s Mennonite Centre for Newcomers

Getting to know EMCN’s Artist-in-Residence

Edmonton Arts Council | Nov. 2014 We recently paid Edmonton Mennonite Centre for Newcomer’s artist-in-residence (AIR), Juan Lopezdabdoub, a visit to see what he’s been up to
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