From College Station
Head east on College St toward Yonge St. Turn right onto Yonge St. Turn left onto Gerrard St E (destination will be on the right).
From Sherbourne Station
Take the 75 southbound bus down Sherbourne. Exit 75 at Gerrard St E. Turn right onto Gerrard St E (destination will be on the left).
From Queen Street
Head north on Yonge St toward Shuter St. Turn right onto Gerrard St E (destination will be on the right).
Employment Programs/ Events
CIBC Training Programs: Recruitment
Deadline: November 28, 2019 at noon.
CIBC is recruiting for Customer Service Representatives and Credit & Dispute Representatives for 4-month paid training internships. Individuals with strong communication skills, some customer service experience, and great interpersonal skills are invited to apply.
Apply by emailing Brenna at email@example.com with your resume and a cover letter.
Soft Skills Series: Communication
November 21 at 1:30 — Customer Service Skills
Communicating effectively is essential in any workplace. It can increase the ability to get your point across in a clear, concise manner, improve interpersonal relationships with peers, management and clients, prevent and resolve problems and help us hear and understand others.
Join us for one our new workshops! Please register by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. Space is limited.
Call us at 416-591-2310
In a group setting attend our three workshops to gain skills in:
- Resume and Cover Letter writing
- Interviewing Skills
- and Networking Skills
Contact your Employment Counsellor to learn about upcoming dates.
Call us at 416-591-2310
Employment Essentials Program
This is a six-week program for Miziwe Biik clients who benefit from Ontario Works.
- Personality Dimensions
- Networking with employers
- Skills profiling
- Resume and cover letter writing
- and more.
Interested? Ask your Ontario Works caseworker to refer you to this program!
Upcoming Job Fair
We'll be announcing dates soon
For Job Seekers:
We run quarterly Job Fairs to introduce our clients to organizations, companies, and different employment sectors. Our next Job Fair will be in early 2020.
Miziwe Biik is now recruiting GTA located employers to attend our upcoming Job Fairs. We can help you to hire Indigenous talent, gain exposure in the Toronto Aboriginal community, and find the right candidates.
For more information on our upcoming Fall Job Fair, and other events, please contact Brenna Lafrance (Job Developer) at email@example.com.
Miziwe Biik Aboriginal Employment and Training offers a variety of services including access to a resource centre, employment counselling, and workshops. The Employment Counsellors are the first stop to help you navigate all the services and supports Miziwe Biik has to offer with appointments tailored to support clients and their individual needs.
In the Employment Resource Centre we provide:
- Ten computer workstations with access to the Internet and Microsoft Office 2010 software including Word, Excel, and Powerpoint.
- Access to a community job and information board.
- Access to photocopier, local telephone and fax service, as well as information about specialized training providers in Toronto.
- Miziwe Biik also offers individual and group sessions for all its job-ready clients on resumes and cover letters and online job searches.
Speak to our employment staff to discover what program is best for you.
Our Employment Counsellors support clients with:
Job search supports that include resume and cover letter workshops, interview prep and mock interviews, access to a client-only employment opportunity mailing list, and one-on-one specialized appointments. Clients will be able to access monthly workshops and learn about upcoming programs and events happening at Miziwe Biik.
Clients will also be assisted with career decision making which may include the administration and interpretation of career assessments such as Career Cruising, Strong Interest Inventory, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), Personality Dimensions, Guiding Circles as well as values and skills self-assessments.
The goal of Employment Ontario‘s Employment Service is to help Ontarians find sustainable employment. It bridges the gap between employers seeking workplace skills and human resources to meet their business needs and individuals seeking employment.
The Employment Service can offer you resources, supports and services to respond to career and employment needs of individuals as well as your office or service needs and it can help these individuals on a path to higher skill training and employment.
If you’re seeking the skills and human resources that you need to achieve your business goals, then you may be eligible to receive financial incentives to offset the cost of providing work experience opportunities, including apprenticeship training, skill level assessments for participants and wage subsidy.
We want to help you get the training, skills and experience to help you achieve your goals. We also want to connect people looking for work with employers looking for workers.
For additional information on Employment Ontario services visit their website or call 416-326-5656.
What can I expect on my first visit to Miziwe Biik?
Effective August 1, 2001, Miziwe Biik has changed slightly their service model to better serve you. This change requires that you complete an Employment Ontario application alongside our Client Registration form. You will then be given an appointment time to meet with one of our Employment Counsellors.
What resources are available?
We have up-to-date computers, printers, fax machines, employment resources and a job board available to every client.
Can I train for a new career?
If you meet the correct criteria, you may be eligible to submit a Second Career application or access the Aboriginal Skills and Employment Training Strategy (ASETS) program.