TRIEC Initiatives

Programs to support inclusion

We improve employment outcomes for high-skilled immigrants in the Toronto region through a range of initiatives.

TRIEC’s Scaling Inclusive Workplaces initiative is part of our core work to support organizations who want to become more inclusive. Through this work, TRIEC has created a unique suite of tools, frameworks and resources to support employers at different stages of their diversity and inclusion journeys.

TRIEC’s learning resources for professionals and organizations who want to build more immigrant-inclusive workplaces include our online learning hub, and our Certificate in Inclusive Leadership.

The Career Advancement for Immigrant Professionals program supports employers with their internal talent mobility strategy. The program helps employers to retain and advance their existing newcomer talent, while also providing immigrant professionals with the opportunity to realize their full potential.

TRIEC Mentoring Partnership matches recent immigrants with established professionals who work in their field in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). Mentors gain greater cultural awareness and leadership skills, while helping immigrants to better understand the local job market. TRIEC runs the program in partnership with community agencies, companies and organizations across the GTA.

The Professional Immigrant Networks (PINs) initiative is a network of professional and alumni associations, run by and for immigrants to Toronto. Through PINs, we support these associations to help their members find meaningful employment. Could your association join the network? Or are you looking for an association to join?

The National Mentoring Partnership is a collaborative partnership between mentoring programs from regions across Canada. It aims to increase access to mentoring for newcomer professionals around the country.