The Career Mentorship Program (CMP) matches newcomer immigrant professionals (mentees) in the Edmonton region with established professionals and local employers (mentors) who share a similar occupational background and creates networks through real-life connections and experience. ERIEC mentor (Colin) met ERIEC Mentee (Ikemefuna) through the ERIEC mentorship program. Their mentor-mentee meetings provided a platform for them… Read more »
JOB TITLE: Connector Program Coordinator EMPLOYMENT: Full-time LOCATION: Edmonton, Alberta WORK HOURS: 9am – 5pm POSTING DATE: June 28, 2019 CLOSING DATE: 5:00 pm, Sunday, July 7th, 2019 ________________________________________ The Edmonton Region Immigrant Employment Council (ERIEC) addresses issues of labour market integration for internationally trained professionals. ERIEC is dedicated to implementing innovative, high-impact strategies and… Read more »
Our first event for this year’s Smart Connections program series was themed Nailing the Networking Event, hosted by the Edmonton Region Immigrant Employment Council (ERIEC ) and was held on May 30th, 2019 at the Matrix Hotel, Edmonton. A total of 176 internationally educated professionals attended the event! Doug Piquette, Executive Director of ERIEC, kicked-off… Read more »
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Published by Diversity Magazine, May 2019 Alberta: here are your Diversity and Inclusion Champions for 2019. A big thank you to our fantastic sponsor, NorQuest College for providing such a beautiful space with all the support, our wonderful hosts; Debra and Tonya, our award recipients listed below, our exciting and inspiring keynote presentation from the… Read more »
Global News Morning News Edmonton May 2019 Edmonton Region Immigrant Employment Council helps newcomers get jobs The Edmonton Region Immigrant Employment Council works to help people new to the area find jobs and other opportunities to settle in. Doug Piquette and Azumme Degun share more on what they do.
The Connector Program is a formalized networking initiative that helps professional immigrants broaden their professional network through one-on-one meetings with established business leaders/peers who work in the same field. Food Banks Alberta’s Executive Director Stephanie Walsh-Rigby met with Neha Kulshrestha on a cold February day. Neha is an HR Professional and is a CPHR candidate. She… Read more »
The Welcome Centre for Immigrants (WCI) invites you to attend the following employment events: HOW TO SELL YOURSELF Workshop provided by Petro Canada Topics to be discussed: Elevator Pitch, Small talk; Conversation starters, Body language; Helping with confidence: What makes you approachable; Showcasing Transferable Skills; Job opportunities available with Petro Canada When: May… Read more »
Accès Emploi is recruiting program participants for the Bilingual Office Clerk Program. Its is a 24 weeks integrated learning program that provides the essential skills to kick start your career in administration. Upon successful completion, students acquire a college certificate from a recognized Canadian institution NBCC ( New Brunswick Community College ). It is free… Read more »