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Academic Advising & Career Centre – UTSC

The University of Toronto, synonymous with excellence, has consistently attracted a diverse student population of the highest caliber.

AIDS Committee of Toronto

ACT provides support services that empower men, women and youth living with HIV to achieve self-determination, informed decision-making, independence, and overall well-being. We do this through programs such as counselling, information provision, social support activities and programs that help people with HIV return to work.

An Economy Out of Shape: Changing the Hourglass

Toronto’s labour force has experienced significant changes over the last 20 years, not only in terms of notable employment growth but also considerable job losses among certain occupations. To make sense of these trends, three distinct occupational categories have been identified in this report: Entry-level jobs (which require no previous work experience and no more than a high school education); Middle-level jobs (which require several years of work experience or some pre-acquired demonstrable skill); Knowledge jobs (which involve the application of a high level of skills and almost always require a university or college degree). In the City of Toronto, this hourglass is top-heavy, with a higher proportion of Knowledge jobs. In the rest of Ontario, the hourglass is bottom-heavy, with a higher proportion of Entry-level jobs. A polarized labour market results in polarized incomes and fewer middle income jobs means fewer prospects for economic advancement. Determining the kinds of jobs that are available as well as the opportunities for advancement is important to create a successful and sustainable economy. View

Canadian Abilities Foundation

The Canadian Abilities Foundation convenes a forum for the exchange of information to promote an inclusive society and provide inspiration and opportunity for people with disabilities.

Career Coach – George Brown College

George Brown College can help you launch your career and show you what to expect when you enter the job market. Here we provide the latest data on industry trends for the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), including salaries, job opportunities and education options, in the fields that interest you.

Careers by Design – Coaching and Counselling

Career and Life coaching, HeartMath coaching

City of Toronto: Employment and Social Services

This website will give clients information on employment centres in the city of Toronto and links to online employment resources. Clients can search by which stage they find themselves; Who Am I?, What’s Out There?, How Do I Get There?

COSTI Immigrant Services – Head office

  Mission COSTI provides educational, social, and employment services to help all immigrants in the Toronto area attain self-sufficiency in Canadian society.

Counselling Foundation of Canada

The Counselling Foundation of Canada, a family foundation funded by Frank G. Lawson and his estate, was established in 1959 to create and enrich career counselling programs and improve the technical skills of career counsellors. The object of the Foundation is to engage in charitable and educational activities for the benefit of people; thus enabling them to improve their lifestyles and make a more effective contribution to their communities.

DiverseCity – The Greater Toronto Leadership Project

DiverseCity launched in 2008 to change the face of leadership in the Greater Toronto Region. Maytree and the Greater Toronto CivicAction Alliance knew that a more diverse leadership was required to create a stronger and more prosperous city region. Together, we initiated an annual research report to map and track the levels of diversity in leadership. The first annual report established the benchmark for our city. In 2009, only 13% of the city region’s leadership were visible minorities vs. 49.5% of the population studied. To address this gap, we  created a series of action-oriented leadership development initiatives enabling hundreds of new leaders to emerge across the public, corporate and nonprofit sectors.

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