MONI-info for immigrants
Training, work & skills
MONI-info is a guidance and information point for immigrants. The Moni-info office is located on Frami campus area. The address is Frami C, Kampusranta 9 C, street level. We provide services by phone, online or you can visit us at our office. A link to a calendar where you can book an appointment is available on this page.
The services and events of Moni-info are free and open to all immigrants and others who are interested.
What is MONI-info?
MONI-info advises and guides immigrants in our city. You can visit us once or register as a customer. We serve immigrants in Seinäjoki who are unemployed, employed, in training or outside the labour market.
Our customers also include other immigrants, the business community, educational institutions and organisations that provide services for immigrants. Employer, our service is available for you, for example for residence permit guidance.
We also provide services for organisations in the third (e.g. associations) and fourth (private people) sectors working on issues related to immigration, the development of work-related immigration, inclusion, well-being, equality, or other similar themes.
How to reach us:
- Book a service appointment 60 minutes (at the office, Teams, phone call, WhatsApp-videocall) www.varaaheti.fi/moni/
- Send an email to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Contact person for Ukraine refugee issues Olena Zhabko, +358 50 407 7325, email@example.com
- Call us at 044 4181816 / Tanja
- Send a WhatsApp message at +358 44 418 1816
- Send a Messenger message @maahanmuuttajienMONIpalvelu
- Send a request of interview & report: Book ALKU Meeting
- Like us at Facebook
- Send us feedback, with your name or anonymously
- Subscribe to our newsletter
MONI-info is an immigrant’s gateway to Seinäjoki
We serve immigrants in Seinäjoki and Southern Ostrobothnia as well as immigrants who want to move to Seinäjoki.
Our services are confidential and free of charge. We are part of a network that provides services for immigrants in Southern Ostrobothnia and Finland.
Our tasks include:
- providing personal guidance
We advise and guide immigrants in Seinäjoki or immigrants who are considering moving to Seinäjoki. We provide personal guidance and advice on job search and training. Our services are free of charge for our customers.
MONI-info conveys information and serves as a link between immigrants, various service providers, the business community, educational institutions and organisations providing services in everyday matters.
- advice on services
We provide advice on taking care of everyday matters, such as running errands at offices and banks, housing, job search, training, hobbies, getting a place for children in school and day care, making various agreements, etc.
We are not authorities, and we do not make decisions about customers’ finances or applications. We advise and provide information so that customers know how and where their matters can be handled. We encourage customers to take care of their affairs independently.
- being a meeting place
We want to be involved in organising various evening functions, workshops, networking sessions, seminars and other events. They are open and free to everyone. We invite everyone interested to join. Everyone can come along and we do not expect you to have any special skills. The events do not oblige you to anything. We are happy to work with companies, organisations, other projects and volunteers.
An initial form will be completed together for long-term customers participating in the project.
Personal data to be collected on ESF project participants
How to reach us:
- Follow us on Facebook @maahanmuuttajienMONIpalvelu
- Subscribe to our newsletter (link coming soon; email newsletter published when necessary, about 4 times a year)
- Fill in the contact form and we will contact you (link coming soon)
At MONI-info we serve clients who are not eligibled to have services from the Refugee services. City of Seinäjoki Refugee Services provides statutory integration services for people who have refugee status or who have settled down to Seinäjoki after asylum process. Refugee services serve these new inhabitants for three years time.