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After working for 10 years in the financial industry, Marisa returned to school and gained accreditation as a Teacher of English as a Second Language. As a daughter of two immigrants, Marisa has always had a love for teaching and learning and a desire to help new immigrants. Marisa has been an Adult Education Teacher for many years, most recently with the Toronto Catholic District School Board. Marisa enjoys teaching “Math for the Trades” to the Building Up...
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Welcome to our new Q&A series, where we interview staff, trainees, and community partners for a deeper look into Building Up’s journey. This week, we interviewed Pamela. Pamela entered the program after being incarcerated, and despite many obstacles, Pamela completed the program in the June 2020. She recently entered the Toronto Carpenters Union Local 27, and is excited to begin working.
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Welcome to our new Q&A series, where we interview staff, trainees, and community partners for a deeper look into Building Up’s journey. This week, we interviewed Alodia, a trainee currently completing Building Up’s pre-apprenticeship program..
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Welcome to our new Q&A series, where we interview staff, trainees, and community partners for a deeper look into Building Up’s journey. This week, we interviewed Kaedon Shore, our Health and Safety Representative. After working at the Honda Plant in Ontario, Kaedon wanted to expand upon his mechanics background and learn more about construction trades. He was accepted into and completed Building Up’s pre-apprenticeship program, where the team recognized his knack for safety on-site, which led to his...
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About Us

Based on successful non-profit social enterprise models across the country, Building Up was developed in Toronto to improve our city’s environmental efficiency, affordable housing stock, and most of all – to create a real pathway for individuals experiencing barriers to enter apprenticeships and careers in the trades. Check out our blog for news, updates, job opportunities, and more!

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