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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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  • Welcome to the new look triec.ca! We have relaunched a new website, with a refreshed design and up-to-date information and resources. The new triec.ca tells GTA companies and organizations how TRIEC can work with them to help them connect with Internationally Educated Professionals from the immigrant talent pool and build more diverse workplaces. It also […]

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  • Happy Newcomer Day Toronto! Today the city is coming together to celebrate Toronto’s immigrants and the contribution they have to make – and we’re thrilled to be joining in. Newcomer Day is organized by the City of Toronto and the Toronto Newcomer Leadership table. They’re hosting a celebration event in Nathan Phillips Square, from 12:30 […]

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  • Do you want to access information and resources to help skilled immigrants connect to the GTA job market? You’re in luck – this week sees the launch of the 3rd annual Immigrant Employment Week – and TRIEC is proud to be taking part! Organized by The Toronto East Quadrant Local Immigration Partnership, Immigrant Employment Week is […]

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  • The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) Canada is a long-standing member of the Professional Immigrant Networks (PINs) program. We spoke to CIMA Canada’s PINs leader, Amal Ratnayake, about what it means to be a PINs leader and how his association has benefited from being part of the program. The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants […]

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