You are a foreigner and want to find a job in Mazovia? Need help with your CV or you want to set up your own business but you do not know how? Please visit out Foundation and take advantege of our free career counseling.

The Polish labor market is struggling with a shortage of employees. Employers more often look for foreigners living in Mazovia because they are qualified and hard-working and also can respond to the needs of the economy. The Foundation for Somalia goes out to employers who are opened to employ foreigners. We also suport people with determination for finding job in Mazovia.

Additionally we offer consultancy for those who begins to think about their future in Poland and only considering looking for a job. We help foreigners who have problems with finding a job by themselves. Foundation supports entrepreneurship helping with completing formalities related to starting your own business.

Owing to the fact of implementation of the project ” Support for the integration of foreigners in Mazovia “, we have launched a special career counseling point in which foreigners living in the Mazowieckie Voivodeship can get free assistance in this area. Advice and consultancy is provided by qualified and experienced advisors.

When advisors are available?

Monday, at 16:30 – 20:00 (Polish, English)

Tuesday, at 13:00 – 20:00 (Polish, Russian)

Wednesday, at 11:00 – 20:00 (Polish, English)

Thursday, at 16:30 – 19:30 (Polish, English)

Once a month we have shifts in Radom and Płock. In Radom in 2019 we are available on those days: 26.09, 17.10, 21.11, 19.12 and in Płock we are on every first Thursday of a month.

How to make an appointment?

To make an appointment with an advisor, call us  (+48 22 658 04 87), contact us by e-mail or come to our office (Bracka 18/63 street, Warsaw).


The project “Support for the integration of foreigners in Mazovia” is co-financed from the National Program of the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund.

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