The backgrounders listed below provide information on TRIEC’s programs and initiatives, and information on public policy, public issues and the delivery of services and supports relevant to skilled immigrant employment.
Mentoring Moments - Jasmine Tehara, mentor, TD Bank
Jasmine Tehara, a mentor at TD, reflects on how mentoring enhanced her ability to manage a diverse team, the impact of mentoring on her own career development, and how mentoring creates a rewarding opportunity to give back by helping others. …
Aileen Raquel knows all too well how tough it can be for an immigrant worker to adjust in Canada and why employers need to take their struggles seriously, especially as the country prepares for a projected influx of immigrant talent over the next 20 years….
Making Connections: Linking immigrants to job opportunities
Learning about a career opportunity is often dependent upon who you know. TRIEC works with organizations serving skilled immigrants and cultivates relationships with local employers to broaden the employer’s candidate pool and make employment connections possible….
Yonge Street: After helping 5,300 newcomers in six years, TRIEC welcomes Scotiabank as new corporate sponsor
Through its Mentoring Partnership program, the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC) has helped more than 5,300 skilled immigrants in Toronto get closer to meaningful employment since 2004. Last year, it announced an expanded range of services for Canadian newcomers with its Professional Immigrant Networks program, …