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  • Hispanotech is an immigrant-led association with the mission to promote the success of Hispanics in Canada’s technology sector. Recently, Hispanotech completed the first batch of its mentoring program, with nine mentor-mentee matches. We spoke to Jose-Luis Otero, Director of Mentorship Program, Hispanotech, who explained the process of setting up the mentoring program. As stated in […]

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  • Leading the Conversation: Inclusion in Non-Profits   Join this free training program and get access to practical, solutions-based learning, tools and resources to increase diversity and inclusion at your organization. The curriculum includes two in-person workshops, two live webinars, and eLearning. Through the live sessions, you will have the opportunity to collaborate and connect with […]

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  • Leading the Conversation: Inclusion in Non-Profits Expression of Interest and Participant Screening Survey Creating a more culturally diverse and inclusive workplace is a key challenge facing many non-profit leaders. Is it a priority for you?   Join this free training program and get access to practical, solutions-based learning, tools and resources to increase diversity and […]

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  • Among skilled immigrants in Toronto, there is a growing emphasis on self-employment and entrepreneurship.  According to the report from the Metcalf Foundation and Maytree “Immigrant Self-Employment and Entrepreneurship in the GTA,” by the late 2000s, 19% of Canada’s immigrants were self-employed, and were more likely than Canadian-born individuals to be self-employed.

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  • It’s no secret, to find a job you need to connect to the right people. And you need them to connect you to more of the right people, and maybe recommend or vouch for you. And then you just might need those people to connect you to even more people. That is how one immigrant […]

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  • Mentoring is a successful tool to help skilled immigrant in their job search. In partnership with TRIEC’s Professional Immigrant Networks (PINs) program, JVS Toronto has helped even more immigrants take advantage of this tool through its ethno-cultural mentoring program. This program provides a framework to help ethno-specific professional immigrant associations run group mentoring programs for […]

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  • We’re looking for a Learning Coordinator – LMS Technology, Reporting and Evaluation who will be responsible for the overall administration of the TRIEC Campus Learning Management System (LMS), and project coordination, documentation and reporting. Apply by  9 a.m. on Friday, July 31, 2015.

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  • Are you a biologist/chemist/engineer? Do you want to have a meaningful volunteer experience, where you really make a difference? If so, a skilled immigrant in your profession is waiting for you! The Mentoring Partnership is urgently looking for mentors who can share their industry knowledge and experience with immigrants who work in biological sciences/chemical sciences/engineering.

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  • Networking can be a vital part of your job search, connecting you to opportunities that would otherwise be hidden. But the rise in online networking sites such as LinkedIn has changed how we go about building our professional networks. This is perhaps even truer if you’ve just arrived in Canada. Reaching out to potential contacts […]

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  • The Ontario Nonprofit Network (ONN) has identified diversity as one of the top five challenges for non-profit leaders (Shaping the Future: Leadership in Ontario’s Nonprofit Labour Force, Ontario Nonprofit Network, The Mowat Centre, University of Toronto, September 2014). From sources of recruitment to hiring practices, onboarding and professional development – ONN concluded that when it […]

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