Last Thursday, February 28th, ERIEC’s 3rd Annual Conference, the 2013 Edmonton Global Talent Conference, at the Fantasyland Hotel Conference Centre was an AMAZING day! The capacity crowd of 120 immigrant professionals and 65 business leaders, professional association representatives and people from various levels of government spent the day together, learning from and networking with each… Read more »
February 28th, ERIEC’s 3rd Annual Conference, the 2013 Edmonton Global Talent Conference, at the Fantasyland Hotel Conference Centre was an AMAZING day!
The capacity crowd of 120 immigrant professionals and 65 business leaders, professional association representatives and people from various levels of government spent the day together, learning from and networking with each other regarding immigrant employment issues in the Finance, IT and Engineering sectors. Positive comments from participants from all the the groups represented keep pouring in:
From internationally trained professionals…
“Thanks again for such an incredible event!!! All the hard work and effort that the city and ERIEC are making to help international educated professionals to be successful is remarkable and for me has tremendous value.”
From Edmonton’s business leaders…
“It was a pleasure and an honour to participate. Great event – congratulations and thank you for all the support you provide to this amazing group!”
“I just wanted to send you a quick note of thanks for including me in the ERIEC event on Thursday; it was a wonderful experience and I really appreciated the opportunity to participate… your team put on an excellent day, and I’d be happy to participate at future events with ERIEC.”
The conference also received excellent media coverage. You can watch OMNI TV’s report that was broadcast in Edmonton, Vancouver and Toronto.
Also, the Asian Tribune and the Press Council of Edmonton provided a TV report that is available on YouTube by clicking here.
Thanks again to all who participated in this event including our sponsors, keynotes, discussion panelists, seminar leaders and exhibitors!
With only one day left before ERIEC’s 3rd annual premium event, the 2013 Edmonton Global Talent Conference for Finance, IT and Engineering professionals, the air is electric here at the office. For the first time in ERIEC’s short history, the event is SOLD OUT with record breaking registration of 185 people. Interest in this is… Read more »
Where will you be on Thursday, February 28th, 2013? I know where I’m going to be! I will be joining with over 100 immigrant professionals and 40+ local professionals from the finance, IT and engineering sectors in the Edmonton area to learn something (maybe more than one thing) new! Why, you ask? Well, the 14,000+… Read more »
This entry was posted on Wednesday, February 20th, 2013 and is filed under Global Talent Conference.
Record-breaking attendance by local and internationally trained professionals from Finance, IT and Engineering, an outstanding program including sector-specific discussion panels and professional development seminars, and a great venue aren’t the only things that will make the 2013 Edmonton Global Talent Conference the best event of its kind in Edmonton this year! The keynote speakers are… Read more »
Well, I’m writing this on my last day of work at ERIEC. The last few days have been full of well-wishes coming my way from mentors, mentees, board members, colleagues and others. I’m going out on a wave of positive vibes! I’ve been at ERIEC for 2 years plus a day, and it’s been an… Read more »
A quick glance at Iris Moreno’s resume shows she is a very well-qualified professional with more than 15 years’ experience in project management within the non-profit and government sectors. While Iris earned her impressive qualifications in El Salvador, she worked with mentor Doug Piquette, ERIEC Executive Director, to learn how to format her resume so… Read more »
This entry was posted on Wednesday, January 30th, 2013 and is filed under Career Mentorship.
Exciting position available! We are looking for a Program Coordinator to run the Career Mentorship Program.