Events: About the Transition Networking Group

About the Transition Networking Group

SCNetwork has a networking group for members undergoing career transition seeking work/their next opportunity.  This is a service made possible by one of our Corporate Sponsors – Verity International (  Verity provides the meeting space, the facilitators, and refreshments.  

The group is led and facilitated by Gary Fryatt, Vice President at Verity.  To join the group and/or to find out more information, contact Christina Welton at (416) 862-8422 or

The meetings are held every other Friday at Verity’s Toronto office.  The time of the meeting is 9:00am to 10:30am.  See below for a list of dates

The address of Verity’s office is:

200 King Street West, Suite 1301, Toronto (Northwest corner of University and King Streets, at the St. Andrew subway station). Phone: 416-862-8422.

2017 Meeting Dates:

  • January 6th and 20th
  • February 3rd and 17th
  • March 3rd, 17th and 31st
  • April 28th
  • May 12th and 26th
  • June 9th and 23rd
  • July 7th and 21st
  • August 4th and 18th
  • September 1st, 15th and 29th
  • October 13th and 27th
  • November 10th and 24th
  • December 8th

    Detailed description of Transition Networking Group


    To support SCNetwork members undergoing career transition in their job search by offering regular facilitated networking meetings.


    In addition to members without career transition services, those with such services are also invited to participate.

    The group must be large enough on an ongoing basis to be effective as a group and not to evolve into one-to-one support.

    Discussions are focused on the activity of the participants themselves: asked to share (keeping details confidential as they felt they needed to) what they had been up to in the marketplace

    focusing on their process, what had worked, what hadn’t, what they had learned, opportunities they had encountered they were not interested in that others might be, and
    what they are planning for the following period, particularly people or organizations they are trying to contact that someone else in the group might help them with.

      Though positioned as networking itself (vs. a seminar about networking), the process will generate topics in regard to both the basics and fine points of networking to which the facilitator (and others in the group) will offer specific advice.