Join Our Movement
There are many ways to work with Build a Dream to push the movement forward:
- Corporate Sponsorship Corporate sponsors allow the program to grow nationwide.
- Event Sponsorship Event sponsors help strengthen messaging in their home town.
- Dream Maker Panelist Provide insight and advice to young audiences near you.
- Dream Maker Profile Share your career journey on social media and influence the future workforce.
- Workforce Innovators Network (WIN) Find resources and commit to diversity and inclusion in (work)places.
- Volunteer Give your talent and time to diversity and inclusion initiatives.
University of Windsor
“We want students to explore areas.” With and endless list of careers to explore in the Faculty of Engineering and Faculty of Science, the University of Windsor is constantly supporting students in creating future success.
WFS Ltd. is an employee-owned industrial distribution company. Their continuous support includes getting tools and industry-related products in the hands of young women and speaking with families at events, “It’s a fantastic opportunity for young ladies to see what’s out there.”
Next Dimension is an IT service provider looking for skilled technical staff. They support Build a Dream to meet with other like-minded companies but also to recruit for their future workforce needs, “We are able to meet new talent every year.”
Enbridge is an energy delivery company that is consistently named among Canada’s Top 100 Employers. “If you’re looking to build a career with a high-performing, growth-oriented, innovative company that shares its successes with its employees, Enbridge may be the place for you.”
Construction giant EllisDon is recognized globally for the positive culture and work environment that they have created and they are always recruiting new, like-minded talent. “Exposing our youth to career opportunities that may not have been typically considered will help showcase the work we do at EllisDon and the meaningful careers we provide.”
The Carpenters’ District Council of Ontario (CDC) represents over 20,000 women and men working in a wide range of skilled trades. The organization has been working diligently to recruit diverse talent and works with initiatives like Build a Dream to increase its representation of women.
AIA represents members in all areas that impact the growth and prosperity of the automotive industry. They are dedicated to education and workforce development, “A well-equipped workforce will support the sustainability of the aftermarket.”
The Canadian Union of Skilled Workers (CUSW) is a union for the 21 Century. They represent a community of workers, employers, and other partners to lead in an era of social and economic change. CUSW's is proud to take a leadership role in the advancement of strong relationships between our partners and to work enhance the achievements of the many industries we represent.