TRIEC’s training videos now come complete with discussion guides. Three variations are offered for the videos including a self-study guide for skilled immigrants looking for work; a facilitator’s guide for trainers leading discussions of the video with a skilled immigrant audience; and a facilitator’s guide for trainers leading discussions of the video with an employer [...]
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Matt Galloway spoke with Fabio Crespin, he is from Brazil and became a Canadian citizen earlier this year, and with Gautam Nath, he is an internationally trained marketer from India.
TRIEC has partnered with the City of Toronto, through their Partnership to Advance Youth Employment (PAYE) team, to increase access to employment opportunities for youth and skilled immigrants. This joint TRIEC/PAYE initiative will effectively give employers the opportunity to fill both entry-level and professional employment opportunities by tapping into the collective strength of both the [...]
It was an opportune moment to raise the question. Deep into a working group discussion, Angela Agostino, Director of Human Resources for Pitney Bowes Canada, turned to TRIEC Executive Director, Elizabeth McIsaac, sitting beside her and whispered:
Armed with a master’s degree and five years of work experience in the United States, Vishnu Orathpathangi arrived eager to kick start his IT career in Canada. He was matched with first-time mentor, Daria Tippin
Aditi Swaminathan is not your typical mentor. Four years ago she was a mentee striving to find meaningful work.
We’ve all heard about the merits of mentorship, but what about group mentoring? Over the past year, three professional immigrant networks, JVS Toronto and TRIEC partnered on a small group mentoring project that proved to be a success.
St. Michael’s Hospital does it again St. Michael’s Hospital is a trailblazer when it comes to integrating skilled immigrants.
Healthcare provider invests in education for internationally educated professionals, managers and staff mentors When you work for a Canadian company day-after-day, sometimes it’s hard to distinguish the elements of the organization’s corporate culture. “The integration workshop helped me better define and articulate the hospital’s workplace culture,”
A government initiative to help skilled immigrants navigate the labyrinth of credential recognition and Canadian job market before they arrive on our shores has boosted newcomers’ employment rate.