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TSP in the Community

At Thorek/Scott and Partners, we realize that investing in people extends beyond our office doors. It is our great honour to be able to partner with worthy organizations, and donate our resources to strengthening the community in which we live.

Here is a list of our recent activity and involvement:


June 2013

  • Faye Thorek, Partner at Thorek/Scott and Partners was a guest speaker for a KWA Presentation. She was accompanied by two Associates from TSP, Robert Scheinert and Eli Gladstone. KWA Partners is one of Canada’s leading providers of quality, personalized career management services

  • Aaron Collins, Associate Director and Robert Scheinert, Associate participated in The Bay Street Scramble in Support of Sunnybrook’s Health Science Centre golf tournament on June 2nd.

    In addition to Aaron's and Robert's participation, Thorek/Scott and Partners was also a proud Gold Sponsor for the event. The proceeds raised from the event will support prostate cancer research at the Sunnybrook’s Odette Cancer Centre, which is an integral part of Sunnybrook’s foundation to help invent the future of health care.

April 2013

  • Thoracle would like to congratulate Thorek/Scott and Partner's Sonya Danzig, Managing Director, for being nominated for the 2013 RBC Top 25 Immigrant Award. The award recognizes and celebrates the stories and achievements of outstanding Canadian immigrants who inspire newcomers and Canadians alike.
  • Faye Thorek, Partner of Thorek/Scott and Partners, lent her time to the CFA Society Toronto as a guest lecturer for "A Career management seminar for Mid-level CFA charterholders".

  • Managing Director, Sonya Danzig will be participating at the Internationally Educated Professionals IEP Conference on April 5, 2013. Now in its 10th successful year, the IEP Conference is regarded as one of the most innovative and respectful events for Internationally Educated Professional newcomers seeking practical, effective career advice. 

March 2013

  • Thorek/Scott and Partners  was a sponsor for Timeraiser.  Timeraiser has been described as the "rock concert of volunteerism" mixed with an incredible silent art auction. 
  • Faye Thorek, Partner of Thorek/Scott and Partners, will be lending her time from March 4th-15th to help the University of Toronto's Management Co-op conduct 'Employer Mock Interviews'.

February 2013

  • 'Breakfast Nutrition Program' in support of an inner-city school. TSP sponsored an elementary school in the GTA to ensure a nutritious breakfast and hot lunch is available for each child every day.

January 2013

  • Managing Director, Sonya Danzig delivered a seminar "Tell me about yourself"--Your key to Canadian experience, helping job seekers new to the Canadian market.

  • Managing Director, Jordan Beallor, CA spoke at the annual CAIA Canada Evening with Toronto's Recruiting Elite,  connecting alternative investments experts around the world.

December 2012

  • 'Hats and Mitts Drive' in support of an inner-city school.  TSP provided hats and mittens for an entire elementary school in the GTA.

  • Hosted a 'Cookie Drive' for the North York Harvest Food Bank, providing home-baked goods for the less fortunate.

October 2012

  •  UFSC Toronto.  TSP sponsored the event in support of strengthening the urban community.

September 2012

  •  Annual 'TSP Golf Tournament' in support of the North York Harvest Food Bank.

2 comments:

  1. I am surprised to see a smaller firm being so active in the community. It is a great breath of fresh air to see people taking the time to give back.

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  2. I attended Sonya's seminar "Tell me about yourself"--Your key to Canadian experience and really benefitted from it. Sonya is a great speaker and seemed to genuinely care about the people she works with. The seminar took place last month, and I have had 3 job interviews since then! Great work Sonya!

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