Arrive, in collaboration with LinkedIn, organized an interview workshop for newcomers in Canada at the LinkedIn headquarters in Toronto this past month. At this event, newcomers had the opportunity to hear interview tips from various industry professionals and refine their interview skills through one-on-one mock interview sessions.
Here are some photo highlights of the event:
Starting off with opening talks by Amanda Penrice, Relationship Manager, Higher Education – LinkedIn Learning Solutions and Alex Pierzchalski, Account Executive, Small Business – Sales, LinkedIn
Newcomers interacting with and taking in the advice from Arrive’s panel members
Marlene Mortensen, RBC Global Recruitment, coaching a newcomer during the one-on-one mock interview session
Anthony Chan, Head & Founder, RBC Reach sharing advice with a newcomer
Delicious food by Freshii
Shikha Bhuchar, Co-founder Arrive along with Amanda Penrice picking winners for the prizes
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