TORONTO, November 30, 2015 – The Mentoring Partnership, a program that pairs skilled immigrants with established professionals in their field as mentors, has been proven to drive value for both newcomers and broader society in the Toronto Region, announced the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC), the organization that coordinates the program, today. The announcement was made at the program’s Annual Recognition Reception hosted by Telus in Toronto. The event also honoured the outstanding work of the program’s mentors and employer partners in 2015.
Oct 30, 2015
In a bid to help job seekers find meaningful employment and give local businesses access to the talent they need, Seneca, workforceready.ca is mounting a campaign to register job candidates and local employers with Magnet, a new network powered by data-rich job-matching technology. The Magnet network promises to radically change the way job seekers find meaningful employment and how local businesses source talent to meet their skills requirements.
Sep 18, 2015
Seneca Scarborough Workforce Skills Centre is holding a Job Fair on Tuesday Sept 22nd with AppleOne. They are seeking general labour and warehouse associates: http://www.workforceready.ca/files/3214/4257/8160/Apple_One_Job_Fair_-_Sep_22-2015.pdf Want to stand out from the crowd? Here are our top 5 Job Fair Tips: 1. Dress for Success If you give a great first impression, the employer will want to find out more. Often a first impression is made within the first 30 seconds of a meeting, Regardless of the type of positions you are applying for, you need to come well groomed and professional. It will show that you are eager to make a great first impression.
Interested in Self- Employment? New to Canada? A great program for you! Job Skills and Seneca are delivering a unique and interactive 2 day information session to newcomers about how to start a business in Canada. Many newcomers arrive in Canada with a hope of self-employment success. But it can be over-whelming to find information about self-employment and business viability.
Jun 16, 2015
Category: York Region Information
The Youth Opportunities Fund (YOF) provides grants and capacity building supports to grassroots, youth-led initiatives and community-based organizations. YOF’s mandate is to support youth in the GTA who face barriers to economic and social wellbeing.