Record Details
Alternate Name BEMC ; BREM ; Bridge to Employment in Media and Communications Program ; Bridge to Registration and Employment in Mental Health ; MNLCT ; Toronto Mennonite New Life Centre ; Toronto New Life Centre
Office Phone 647-812-1332
Fax 416-736-0775
Primary Contact Alexandra Rodriguez, BREM Program Manager
Alternate Contact Aleena Gulamhussein, Bridging Programs Administrative Assistant
Funding United Way - United Way Greater Toronto
Description (Service) Bridge to Registration and Employment in Mental Health (BREM) is a training program that aids in accessing employment and professional registration * academic training for mental health practice in Ontario, occupation specific language (OSLT) and workplace communication, and placements providing Canadian work experience * delivered in partnership with community-based mental health and settlement organizations

Bridge to Employment in Media and Communications Program (BEMC) is a 7-month full-time program leading to employment or entrepreneurship in the fields of Journalism, Communications and Public relations, Broadcast Media, Management of Entrepreneurial Media, Photography and Photojournalism, Videography, and Web and Graphic Design
Hours Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4 pm
Areas Served Peel Region ; Toronto ; Vaughan
Boundaries Greater Toronto Area
Eligibility Immigrant mental health professionals or internationally trained media and communications professionals
Application Register for information session
Languages English
Fees Application fee and course tuition
Located In Community North York West
Address & Map
1122 Finch Ave W
Toronto, ON M3J 3J5
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Intersection Dufferin St and Finch Ave W
Mailing Address 1774 Queen St E 
Toronto, ON M4L 1G7
Physical Access Designated parking * accessible washrooms * small step at manual front door, assistance available
Service Categories Immigrant/Refugee Employment Programs ~ Media and Communications Occupations ; Immigrant/Refugee Employment Programs ~ Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Occupations


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