Toronto Community Employment Services (TCES) is a non-profit charitable organization serving the employment and training needs of Toronto residents and the Greater Toronto Area since 1978. We have over 40 years of experience in serving diverse communities, assisting individuals’ to access training, finding work and helping employers recruit candidates for their business.
TCES is located in central Midtown Toronto a 5 minute walk from Yonge-Eglinton Stations at the Northwest corner of Redpath and Eglinton.
We will assess your skills, knowledge, and strengths as well as interests and life experiences to find the right job for you. We provide services such as resume building, interview practice, job retention training and other employment services to further your job, employment and career goals. Register Online to book an assessment or pre-register for our free workshops available to the public.
We offer employment assistance, career counselling, job coaching workshops (resume, cover letter, interview, labour market information, networking and social media), career exploration, and employment recruitment services by making a difference.
Connecting People to Opportunities.
Helping People and Businesses Reach Their Full Potential by Bridging the Gap between Job Seekers and Employers and Become the Community Hub where People and Businesses Connect.
Taking Steps to go Above and Beyond Expectations.
Working Together and in Partnership to Build a Greater Community.
Finding Better Ways to Achieve Bigger Goals.
Being Accountable to the Ministry who Funds us, the Board who Governs us and the Public who Trusts us.
Serving all people fairly, equally and with dignity and respect.
Director / Chair: Maurey Nadarajah
Director / Vice Chair: Shengli Liang
Director / Secretary: Stephanie Perez
Director / Treasurer: Rosa Cortez
Director: Wendy Zhang
Employment Services is a program to help job seekers find and retain jobs. Program components are custom tailored to meet the individual needs of job seekers.
Canada Ontario Job Grant is a training and education assistance grant that aims to help build and maintain Ontario's competitive advantage by helping employers and workers adapt to the ever-changing work environment and achieve their goals.
Funding provided by the Government of Canada through the Canada Job Grant Programs
delivered by the Government of Ontario.
Youth Job Link is a program designed to help youth, including students, aged 15 to 29, who do not face significant barriers to employment, but who could benefit from some extra help to plan their careers and transition to the labour market.
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