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COMPTO Toronto logo 8/17/20 4:33 PM

Notice from COMTO Toronto & Region

The Conference of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO) is the leading national advocate in the United States for employment diversity, inclusion and contracting opportunities in the multi-modal, multi-billion-dollar transportation industry.

COMTO recently launched the Toronto and Region Chapter, the first international chapter of the organization. The TTC has played a key role in the founding of this chapter and a number of employees are already active members of the organization. The chapter is looking for new people to join the organization.

As a member you will have access to:
> Transit and transportation industry leaders;
> Industry information and resources;
> Mentorships and job shadowing; and
> Invitations to exclusive local COMTO events and meetings.

To learn more about COMTO or to join, visit https://comtotorontoandregion.ca/membership.

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