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Funders

Employment Ontario, Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development

Employment Ontario, Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development

Through support from the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development, ACCES offers Employment Ontario job search services at five locations across the Greater Toronto Area (Toronto, North York, Scarborough, Brampton, Mississauga).
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada currently funds the following programs: Engineering Connections, Entrepreneurship Connections, Language for Workplace Connections, Speed Mentoring, Job Search Workshops, Canadian Employment Connections, Employment Connections for Newcomer Youth, Alternative Careers for Internationally Educated Healthcare Professionals, and the Construction Trades Program.
Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration

Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration

The Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration currently funds the following programs: Engineering Connections, Financial Services Connections, Human Resources Connections, Information Technology Connections, Leadership Connections, Sales and Marketing Connections, Supply Chain Connections and Speed Mentoring en Francais.
Toronto Employment & Social Services

Toronto Employment & Social Services

The City of Toronto currently funds the START program in Customer Care for newcomer women.
United Way Toronto & York Region

United Way Toronto & York Region

ACCES Employment is a proud member agency of United Way Toronto and York Region.
Ontario Trillium Foundation

Ontario Trillium Foundation

The Ontario Trillium Foundation funds ACCES Employment’s Information Technology Accelerator Program offered in partnership with Seneca College.