Toronto District School Board

Scarborough Centre for Employment Accessibility (SCEA)

NOTICE

Effective Tuesday, July 4, 2017 the Scarborough Centre for Employment Accessibility will be relocating to:

Cedarbrae Mall
3495 Lawrence Avenue East, Unit 203 (Second Floor)
Toronto, ON M1H 1B2

The Scarborough Centre for Employment Accessibility (SCEA) is a fully accessible, drop-in employment resource centre to assist job ready individuals to prepare for employment or self-employment. 

SCEA is open to all job seekers, including people with a disability, who are unemployed or under-employed, newcomers, Ontario Works, ODSP recipients, youth and adults. We offer access to a variety of specialized employment-related information, equipment, self-help resources, materials and tools. All of our services are free. 

Workshops and Special Events

There are currently no events.


In addition to our regular Microsoft application classes for MS Word, Excel, Publisher, Outlook, and PowerPoint, we regularly offer numerous specialized FREE tutorials/workshops (to name a few: resume/cover letter writing, interview skills, positive thinking, coping with disabilities, employment group sessions, etc), to assist you in conducting a successful work search.

Location and Contact Information

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This service is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario.

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Scarborough Centre for Employment Accessibility
3478 Lawrence Avenue East
Unit C006
Scarborough, ON M1H 1A9
416-396-8100 │ 416-396-8101
TTY: 416-396-8095

Hours of operation:
Monday to Friday
8:30am to 4:30pm




Our Mission
To enable all students to reach high levels of achievement and to acquire
the knowledge, skills, and values
they need to become responsible members of a democratic society.
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