Craig Alexander is Senior Vice-President and Chief Economist for the Conference Board of Canada. He shares his experience of being a mentor with TRIEC Mentoring Partnership.
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New Partner Story: Unilever Canada – “TRIEC Mentoring Partnership fits with our Sustainable Living Plan”
Unilever is one of the world’s leading suppliers of consumer goods. With sales in over 190 countries, they reach two billion consumers a day. By becoming an employer partner in TRIEC Mentoring Partnership, Unilever Canada is living their core values of diversity and...read more
Celebrating the Greater Toronto Area mentors and organizations who give back to their professional communities
Toronto, ON – January 31st, 2018. As part of mentoring month, the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC) is celebrating some of the stars of its renowned mentoring program. At the TRIEC Mentoring Partnership Annual Recognition Event tonight, TRIEC will...read more
Craig Alexander is Senior Vice-President and Chief Economist for the Conference Board of Canada. He shares his experience of being a mentor with TRIEC Mentoring Partnership. I became a mentor with TRIEC Mentoring Partnership when I worked with TD Bank. At first I was...read more
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