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The Mentoring Partnership

The Centre for Education & Training is proud to announce that we have entered a partnership with the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC) to participate in a pilot project that connects our job-ready clients with mentorship opportunities. 

The 1-year long project is part of TRIEC’s flagship program, The Mentoring Partnership (TMP). TMP has been around since 2004 and is a proven intervention that helps immigrants secure better, higher paying employment. In fact 75% of mentees find a job in their occupation or related field within 1 year of completing the program.

During the 2017-2018 fiscal year, we will pilot a coordinated referral process through which our eligible clients will be referred to TMP’s service delivery partners. This is an opportunity to enhance and complement the sector’s existing services while increasing our collective impact. 

If you are an immigrant with a professional background and at least two years of international experience, TRIEC Mentoring Partnership can help you reconnect with your career. With the support of a mentor who works in your field in Canada, you will:

  • Develop job search strategies
  • Better understand Canadian workplace culture
  • Gain labour market insights
  • Build vital professional networks
  • Understand the Canadian context of your profession

What is The Mentoring Partnership? 

The Mentoring Partnership matches employment-ready skilled immigrants with established professionals in an occupation-specific mentoring match. Mentoring has proven to be a vital tool in supporting immigrant job seekers to better understand the Canadian workplace and connect with employment in their field faster and more effectively. 

A coordinated referral partnership can help more skilled newcomers access The Mentoring Partnership while creating an enhanced and complimentary framework for the services offered by various organizations in the sector.

Who can be a mentee?

Mentees must:

  • Have lived in Canada for less than three years and have limited or no Canadian work experience in their profession OR have re-engaged with their profession through academic training or bridging within the past 2 years
  • Have the English skills required to perform effectively in the workplace
  • Have at least three years of international work experience in their area of expertise
  • Have achieved at least a bachelor’s degree – or equivalent post-secondary education – from outside of Canada
  • Be eligible to work in Canada
  • Be currently unemployed or underemployed i.e. not working in their field of expertise
  • Be actively seeking work in their field

TCET  is a Referral Partner of TRIEC’s The Mentoring Partnership

Interested? Contact info@tcet.com to learn how you can qualify.

The Centre For Education & Training is a referral partner in TRIEC Mentoring Partnership - a program of the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council delivered by 12 community partners across the GTA.

For more information please refer to: http://www.thementoringpartnership.com/ or aodorico@tcet.com

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Jobillico
Region of Peel
Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration
Service Canada
Government of Saskatchewan
Employment Ontario
Toronto Employment & Social Services
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Jobillico
Region of Peel
Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration
Service Canada
Government of Saskatchewan
Employment Ontario
Toronto Employment & Social Services