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Toronto Community Benefits Network

NextGen Builders Mentoring Program

Mentorship program in construction trades
  • professional development seminars for mentors and mentees in first 2 months
  • weekly calls and monthly face to face meetings between mentors and mentees
  • quarterly networking and professional development opportunities
  • a Mentoring Coach and Mentoring APP to maximize support and connectivity
Newcomer Pathways into Construction
  • immigrants and refugees learn about and access job opportunities in aspects of construction -- professional, administrative and technical, or trades
  • help to develop a 6 month career plan for each individual
  • Black, Indigenous and newcomer communities, with priority to women, youth and young adults 16 years and older
  • who are in the process of preparing for work or who have been recently employed as apprentices or professionals in the construction industry

  • Individuals currently working in the construction sector
  • who have completed a construction apprenticeship or who are an experienced professionals in the industry
  • willing to commit for at least 1 year
  • understand the challenges underrepresented groups face and want to see them succeed in the construction industry

Newcomer Pathways into Construction
  • for permanent residents, refugee claimants, or convectional refugees with 1 year work permit or recent Canadian citizen and meet language requirements

Residency Requirements: City of Toronto
Application Process
Call, email or visit website for application form
Office Phone
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Sarah Gonza ,
Phone: 647-502-3104
Documents Required
May vary; contact for information
Designated parking at entrance - parking lot ; Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance - southeast entrance
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Last Updated On
July 5, 2021
Champagne Centre, 2 Champagne Dr, Suite C9
Toronto, ON, M3J 0K2
Intersection: Dufferin St and Finch Ave W;
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Hours of Operation
Varies -- call for details
Service Area(s)
Greater Toronto Area