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ACCES Responds to Syrian Refugee Arrivals in our Communities

ACCES Employment is fully prepared to support the unique employment needs of Syrian refugees and their sponsors in our communities.

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Women in Leadership Workshop Launched at ACCES

A new one-week workshop focusing on Leadership for Women launched in January at ACCES Employment, supported by TD Bank. Over 15 women from multiple sectors participated in the first cohort. The participants represent diverse sectors and many are graduates of ACCES’s Financial Services Connections, Information Technology Connections and Leadership Connections programs.

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Donation from RBC Foundation to Support Youth Employment Services at ACCES Employment

We are pleased to acknowledge the generous donation of the RBC Foundation in support of youth employment services and programs at ACCES Employment. This contribution will help us to continue to support a struggling but important segment of our population - young professionals striving to successfully launch their careers.

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GTA Employers Recognized for Integrating Newcomer Skills and Experience into the Workplace

TORONTO, September 30th, 2014 – On Tuesday, September 30th, representatives from the public, private and non-profit sectors will attend ACCES Employment’s 28th Annual General Meeting and Walk of Fame Awards Ceremony. The evening will honour employers from across the GTA who support the integration of newcomers into Canadian workplaces.

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ACCES Employment Releases Paper on the Importance of Employer Engagement in the Sector

Recently presented at the national Metropolis Conference (2014) by Allison Pond, President & CEO of ACCES Employment, this paper responds to the increasingly significant discussion about employer engagement in the employment services sector. Recognizing that employer engagement is a growing priority, this paper shares ACCES Employment’s experience working closely with employers in the Greater Toronto Area to better integrate and find employment for a diverse group of job seekers in Canadian workplaces.

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The First Youth Job Connection Cohort Has Started!

On January 18th, 2016 ACCES welcomed the first cohort of participants for the new Youth Job Connection program.

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Entrepreneurship Connections Program Launches Pilot Project in Ottawa

We are excited to announce that the Entrepreneurship Program has arrived in Ottawa in collaboration with a local partner, World Skills, and the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC).

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