CareerResourcesWebinarsSeptember 22, 2021

Networking for a Job in Canada

Watch the Webinar Duration: 1 Hour If you’re getting ready to start your job search in Canada, it’s important to understand the Canadian culture of networking. It’s estimated that 65-80% of job positions in Canada aren’t advertised publicly. Instead, they’re filled through the recruiters’ networks. As a newcomer, [...]

LifeResourcesWebinarsJanuary 20, 2021

Setting goals for your life in Canada

Watch the Webinar Duration: 50 minutes Reaching your personal and professional goals in Canada takes planning, preparation and hard work. The first step is to set your goals right and break them down into manageable short-term, medium-term and long-term goals. Setting SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Time-bound) [...]

CareerResourcesWebinarsNovember 25, 2020

Finding a Job in Canada

Watch the Webinar Duration: 1 hour For most newcomers to Canada, finding a job in their area of expertise is a key goal.  While some are able to obtain a job offer prior to moving to Canada, most find employment once they have landed. But whether you have [...]

Optimize your LinkedIn profile and network

Watch the Webinar Duration: 50 minutes Crafting and managing your professional online presence is key to getting your foot in the Canadian job market, but it’s not enough. You also need to know how to use powerful tools to build your personal brand and professional profile, expand your [...]

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