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Exhilarating! The excitement builds from the moment you board the boat. When the reel screams and the rod bends it seems as though the line can cut through the water and tension. “It’s like …
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The Newcomers Canada Career Fair will be held on April 18th this year at UBC. Newcomers Canada connects employers, recruiters, governments, education providers, immigration specialists and settlement services with internationally educated and trained professionals already in Canada.
Companies such as British Council – IELTS, IDP – IELTS, Vancouver Public Library, Coram Construction, JBS Foods, Bank of Montreal, CIBC, Red Seal, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC), New York Institute of Technology, National Association of Career Colleges, Industry Training Authority, CIP Consulting plus many more will be there.
Make sure to pre-register online for free entry before April 17th. Otherwise tickets will $10 per person. Read more and register here.Continue reading →
I’ve started a new monthly blog feature: a short roundup of things to do in Vancouver every month, highlighting some of my favourite events and activities in the Vancouver region that I feel are worthy of putting on your radar. Neptoon Records Spring 2015 Record Convention: March 29 Neptoon Records is Vancouver’s oldest independent record […]Continue reading →
A program designed to help newcomers explore alternative career options based on their profession is what the Alternative Career Pathways Initiative is all above. Advisors in the program assist immigrants find out what educational and training opportunities are out there for them to pursue as an alternative to their dream job if it’s out of reach. Call 1-866-981-6863 or contact Vancouver’s regional coordinator, Nimmi Bangert at firstname.lastname@example.org. Read more.Continue reading →