The Association of Internationally Trained Professionals ("ITP") is a partnership of internationally trained professionals working cooperatively to improve access to meaningful academic, professional and social opportunities, organized exclusively for charitable, scientific and educational purposes.
In 2003, a small number of engineers began meeting on a monthly basis in order to create a network where engineers educated in Romania could be brought together. The purpose was: to help each other succeed in our careers, by understanding cultural differences, building a better name for ourselves and our community in Canada, where we were welcomed with open arms.
As an association of professionals from Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications in China, we build a social network among multiple generations of alumni in Canada, promote professional development of our members within the Canadian labour market, and help our members integrate themselves better into Canadian society, so they can make greater contributions.
Black Female Accountants Network (BFAN) members are Chartered Professional / Internationally trained accountants, experienced accounting professionals and university undergraduates of Afro Caribbean and Black African heritage from one or both of their parents.
When new Canadians succeed, all of Canada wins. Our common dream is for Canada’s continued development and growth, where international skills and talent is recognized and productively utilized. Through monthly meetings and events, CAMP members build on the intellectual and social capital that can help them get ahead.