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PCPI (Progress Career Planning Institute) is a not-for-profit, business focused organization. Its mission is to offer career development services for people to realize their full potential by providing Career Development and HR business solutions, products and services designed to improve performance in a multicultural environment. A Board of Directors governs the organization, while approximately 20 staff members lend their skills to the day-to-day operations (including a team of external consultants dedicated to corporate services assignments).

Our Leadership & Community Involvement

A proud presenter of the annual Internationally Educated Professional (IEP) conference; the 14th IEP conference has been scheduled for March 3, 2017.

To view the postcard, please click on the following link or paste to browser:

http://www.iep.ca/17documents/IEP Conference - 2017.pdf

Many thanks to all the delegates, sponsors, panelists, speakers, exhibitors, volunteers for making the 13th Annual IEP Conference a success. Couldn’t have done it without you.

PCPI is proud to be on the forefront of generating ground breaking initiatives with its many community partners and clients.

To understand more about our work with Internationally Educated Professionals (IEPs), and the Markham-Ellesmere Community, click on these related items.
  • Capacity Building Research
PCPI has deep roots in the Toronto East corridor, having focused its programming and resources over the past ten years in improving the job search skills of its residents.
Markham Ellesmere Report


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

(New) YES IT (YIT)
Free IT training! Click here for details.

PCPI celebrated 20th Anniversary
last September 17, 2016

20 Years of Progress.

Click here for details

Vaughan woman who goes extra
mile bestowed with Governor
General's Caring Canadian Award

Click here to know more.

Funding provided by the
Government of Canada through
the Canada Job Grant
Programs delivered by the
Government of Ontario

Canada-Ontario Job Grant
for employers.
Click on the logo to know more

Click on Logo to visit IEP website
The 14th Annual IEP Conference is scheduled
for March 3, 2017.

Thank you to all the sponsors, panelists,
speakers, exhibitors, volunteers and supporters
for making the 13th Annual IEP Conference
held on February 26th, 2016 at Metro Toronto
Convention Centre a success for the
IEP delegates. Couldn’t have done
it without you!

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Career Advice

Remember to keep in contact with former colleagues and industry specific contacts to hear of any job leads and changes in your field of work. This will help you to prepare for changes around your employment goals, and help in answering the tough questions in an interview.