Let’s get you closer to a viable career
Since 2017, Next-Steps Employment Centre sites in Mississauga have served more than 6,000 Peel residents, assisting 4,800+ to secure jobs and training opportunities to inch them closer to their career of choice.
Fill out the form to be contacted by one of two Next-Steps Employment Centre locations in Mississauga to access our free employment services.
What do we do?
As a resource centre and employment agency, you’re welcome to come to one of two Next-Steps Employment Centre sites in Mississauga to:
- Be matched with reputable employers for a job
- Get help developing your resume and cover letter
- Receive helpful and current interviewing tips
- Receive on-going career support
- Use computers, phones, scanners and fax machines on-site
- And so much more
We’ve been operating in Mississauga to help Peel residents find gainful employment since 2010, so imagine the thousands we’ve helped find jobs! Now it’s your turn.
Need financial support?
Need appropriate attire for job interviews? Perhaps short-term training, language/credential assessment or special equipment? We can provide additional financial support as long as the need is employment-related, and you meet eligibility requirements.
Who can use our free services?
To be eligible for our free services, you must be unemployed (or working less than 20 hours a week); hold a Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident, or Convention Refugee status; and be eligible to work legally in Canada. Any other eligibility requirements will be discussed with you by one of our team members.
Next-Steps Employment Centre has seven locations across the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). We are operated by the Toronto District School Board’s Community Services Unit to reach beyond the schools to support the GTA community at large. Community Services provides newcomer settlement, employment, skills development and language training services.
Notice of Information Collection:
Personal information on this form is collected under the authority of Personal Information Protection and Electronics Documents Act and will be used by Toronto District School Board – Community Services (“Community Services”) for participant registration; the delivery and promotion of Community Services programs and services; and as anonymous data to inform program development. The information is retained in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. M. 56 and will be disclosed to leadership and program staff members of the Community Services team in order to administer the above purposes. Questions regarding this collection should be directed to Natalie Schaffer, Next-Steps Employment Centre Coordinator, Natalie.firstname.lastname@example.org | (416) 397-3277 | 5050 Yonge St. Toronto, ON M2N 5N8