Immigrants come to this country in the hope of a better life in terms of job and salary. Their resources are limited and getting a job and taking professional exams is hard. The role of ACEM’s microcredit has helped me greatly.
Seize your opportunity : Finance, Governance & Entrepreneurship
This event is organized by ACEM Financement Communautaire Responsable in collaboration with the Réseau québécois du crédit communautaire.
Srinivasulu Madduri, India
I was amazed to learn that ACEM helps new immigrants to overcome the initial obstacles while trying to establish in Canada. I wanted to upgrade my skills by doing a Graduate Diploma in Clinical Research at McGill University. ACEM helped me provide the financial support in the form of a loan with a minimal prime rate which was extremely handy.
Miguel Rojas, Venezuela
Thank you ACEM for your trust and support to help me acheive a new quality of life by working in my field of expertise. You deserve my gratitude and admiration.
Angel Perez, Venezuela
Quebec invests in immigrants and we would like to stay here and contribute to Quebec.
Kun Zung Gao, China
ACEM is a place where I found help when I needed it. It provided me with advice based on my situation and needs. I hope that ACEM can help-out more people like me.
Interview: René Izaguirre, Honduras
The first thing I want to say is than you so much! ACEM's Objective Recognition Team knows our names and understands our needs, our worries and the differents steps that we have to go through as new immigrants.
Yurany Velez, Colombia
My gratitude for helping me with the beginning of my credential recognition process.
Alexandre Meza, Brazil
I had arrived at the end of my financial resources. ACEM's loan for my credential recognition allowed me to pursue my journey
Maryam Nikoopour, Iran
It was only two months after moving to Montréal, when I decided to study at McGill. This big achievement wouldn't have been possible without ACEM’s financial support. The group is professional and the smooth workflow enables you to meet the deadlines without any delay.
Montreal Community Loan Fund
Leading player in microfinance / microcredit in Montreal, the Montreal Community Loan Fund provides financing and technical support.
Interview: Farah Fawzi, Syria
The professional recognition helped me integrate in the job market, I found a job in my field and I'm building my Canadian work experience.
As a recent immigrant to Quebec from Syria, I faced many challenges looking for a job. I needed to have my architecture degree certified and the expenses were high. “La Maisonnée” referred me to ACEM since they have a program called "Foreign Credential Recognition Loans". I was able to start the process of my certificate and later on find a job!
Joseph Ngambi, Cameroon
Beyond the financial aspect, I had the chance to talk to people with exceptional human qualities and having the sole purpose to help me. For us immigrants, often facing the complexity of a new system, this is priceless.
Malek El Rahabi, Algeria
I'll never forget ACEM's professionalism: a warm welcome, the quality of information about the services and the ability of the loan committee members to listen during the interview.