Career Advancement for Immigrant Professionals

Future-Proof Your Organization
by Upgrading Your Talent Mobility Strategy

Partner with TRIEC’s Career Advancement for Immigrant Professionals program
to find your next great hire, internally.

What is the Career Advancement for
Immigrant Professionals (CAIP) program?

The best companies build a culture of inclusive talent advancement. As an employer, you’re constantly seeking the best talent to compete in a global economy. Immigrant professionals can fill organizational gaps as they offer extensive skills, experiences and education.

The Career Advancement for Immigrant Professionals program supports employers with:

Enhancing their talent mobility strategy to meet current or future talent needs

Helping managers to enhance their inclusive leadership skills to better support their diverse teams

Increasing employee retention while also providing immigrant professionals with the opportunity to realize their full potential

Sustaining the program on their own beyond their engagement with TRIEC

This is achieved through a series of workshops designed for immigrant employees and their managers. The CAIP program also includes a train-the-trainer component to support sustainability.

Innovative Features


A dedicated project team will work with you to craft a customized program that serves your specific talent needs and business objectives.

Internal Talent

Unlike most options in the market, CAIP goes beyond by helping managers enhance their skills in supporting and identifying strong internal talent.


Program participants, both managers and employees, benefit from practical advice and training that they can be applied immediately.

Built for

A train-the-trainer component that enables employers to deliver the program on their own after completion of their partnership with TRIEC.

Who is the program for?

Medium to large employers from private, public, and not-for-profit sectors that are ready to:

Assess their internal talent landscape

Uncover internal talent options for hard-to-fill positions

Work with employees to determine career advancement goals and collaboratively author career pathways

Equip managers with inclusive leadership skills, knowledge, and tools to better identify and leverage the expertise and experience of immigrant professionals

Why choose the Career Advancement for Immigrant Professionals program?

To enhance
and strengthen your talent mobility strategy to meet current or future talent needs

To build
on talent management practices and tools, and improve inclusive leadership skills for managers

To reduce
recruitment and onboarding costs through employee retention and development

To foster
employee loyalty by advancing diverse employees while enhancing your ‘Employer of Choice’ brand

To increase
newcomer employees’ access to networking and mentoring opportunities

To add
an impactful program to your organization’s internal professional development offerings

Program Team

Senior Project Manager

Rachel Crowe brings over 20 years of experience in adult education with expertise in intercultural competence and supporting organizations with taking a strategic and systemic approach to equity, diversity, and inclusion change. She holds a Masters in Communication and Culture with a focus on intercultural communication. Rachel has worked in finance, higher education, and not-for-profit sectors.

Manager, Evaluation & Project Support

Miki Itano Boase has over 10 years of research experience in academia and not-for-profit organizations in Japan and Canada. She is experienced in evaluation for workforce development and skills training for underrepresented groups with an equity and inclusive lens. Miki Itano Boase holds a Master of Social Work and a Ph.D. in Social Work.

Ready to upgrade your talent mobility strategy?

Contact us today.


Career Advancement for Immigrant Professionals project is funded by the Government of Canada’s Future Skills Centre. // Le projet Career Advancement for Immigrant Professionals est financé par le Centre des Compétences futures du gouvernement du Canada.