Please read this page entirely as it should answer the majority of your questions.
Your First Step
Your FIRST step in the Second Career program is to visit Employment Ontario’s website. Here, you will find out more information about what the program is, who can qualify, where to go, and more.
BEFORE contacting Seneca, please ensure you have read through the Second Career website AND have MET with a case manager or employment counsellor at one of the Government’s Employment Centres.
To find the Employment Centre closest to your home, please visit the following website and enter your postal code. Contact them first to book an appointment to see a case manager or government counsellor.
Information Sessions at Seneca
AFTER you have seen a case manager or government counselor, you can attend one of our information sessions. We host information sessions regularly to provide you with the following information and the opportunity to speak to someone on-on-one.
- Second Career information
- How to find the nearest Government Employment Centre to your home
- How to apply online for a program offered at Seneca
- Admission requirements
- Academic upgrading
- General OSAP information
- Government access grants
- Scholarships, bursaries and awards
- Continuing Education
Do You Have More Questions?
Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page for more information.