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  • Post Secondary Is Possible

    The Council of Educators of Toronto (CET) is here to help you discover Access and Outreach Programs that help you in your journey to pursuing post secondary education.

The CET is a one-of-a-kind network regrouping all the school boards, colleges and universities in Toronto, acting together to make post secondary education more accessible for those who face challenges in their life.

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Get informed. Stay updated. Become connected. Where post secondary education happens…

Upcoming Events

Engineering Bridging Program Information Session

Humber offers a 15-week bridging program for internationally educated civil, mechanical and electrical engineers and architecture professionals with training in the latest technical and software skills in demand by Ontario employers.

For those who qualify, the program is eligible for full reimbursement through the Ontario Bridging Participant Assistance Program.

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Women Transitioning to Trades and Employment (WTTE) Program

PROGAM IS RECRUITING!

The Women Transitioning to Trades & Employment Program (WTTE) provides a full-time integrated and supportive Trades and Career Preparation program for women and gender-non binary people who are:

i. Looking for stable employment 
ii. Interested in trades and construction related fields 
iii. Able to commit to a full-time training/education program

Eligible applicants will:

i. Have a minimum of Grade 10 or Canadian Benchmark Level 8 English skills 
ii. Be living on a low income, including those on OW/ODSP 
iii. Identify as women or gender non-binary

Information Sessions are held every Tuesday from 6 – 7:30 pm in room 236E and every Wednesday from 1 – 2:30 pm in room 437E. They will be at 200 King St. East, Toronto, ON – George Brown College, St. James Campus

For more information, please contact Najwa Rahmani at 416-415-5000 x2885 / nrahmani3@georgebrown.ca

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Women Transitioning to Trades and Employment (WTTE) Program

PROGAM IS RECRUITING!

The Women Transitioning to Trades & Employment Program (WTTE) provides a full-time integrated and supportive Trades and Career Preparation program for women and gender-non binary people who are:

i. Looking for stable employment 
ii. Interested in trades and construction related fields 
iii. Able to commit to a full-time training/education program

Eligible applicants will:

i. Have a minimum of Grade 10 or Canadian Benchmark Level 8 English skills 
ii. Be living on a low income, including those on OW/ODSP 
iii. Identify as women or gender non-binary

Information Sessions are held every Tuesday from 6 – 7:30 pm in room 236E and every Wednesday from 1 – 2:30 pm in room 437E. They will be at 200 King St. East, Toronto, ON – George Brown College, St. James Campus

For more information, please contact Najwa Rahmani at 416-415-5000 x2885 / nrahmani3@georgebrown.ca

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CET in the Community

CET councillors in a Toronto park helping students progress on their post-secondary path to education
CET councillors in a Toronto park helping students progress on their post-secondary path to education
CET councillors in a Toronto park helping students progress on their post-secondary path to education

YOUR JOURNEY STARTS HERE...

Choosing the right program

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  • IN THEIR OWN WORDS

    From participants of programs at CET member institutions.

    Sabra Desai

    Interview with Sabra Desai

    Manager Community Partnership Development
    Humber College

  • IN THEIR OWN WORDS

    From participants of programs at CET member institutions.

    Ahmed Bawah

    Interview with Ahmed Bawah

    Community Outreach Coordinator
    Youth HYPE Program
    Centennial College

  • IN THEIR OWN WORDS

    From participants of programs at CET member institutions.

    Sheila Gilkinson

    Interview with Sheila Gilkinson

    Student Success Lead Teacher
    Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB)

Scholarship

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