Service delivery partners are organizations that provide employment services and/or bridging programs to skilled immigrants and are responsible for the service delivery of the program. They recruit individual mentors, screen and recruit mentees into the program, match mentors and mentees through a mentoring coach, conduct both mentor and mentee orientation sessions, and monitor the mentoring relationships based on service standards set throughout the partnership. They also report outcomes and qualitative information for use in program evaluation.
Currently there are 12 service delivery partner organizations that deliver the program in their respective areas and communities. Additionally from April 1, 2017 – March 31, 2018, 7 settlement and employment organizations and programs are collaborating in a pilot partnership project to refer more skilled immigrants to The Mentoring Partnership.
Community partner maps:
- ACCES Employment
- Dixie Bloor Neighbourhood Centre
- Durham Region Unemployed Help Centre
- George Brown College
- Humber College
- JVS Toronto
- Seneca College
- Sheridan College
- Skills for Change
- Thorncliffe Neighbourhood Office