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Exploring the Canadian Work Culture for Newcomers- Oct 5, 12pm MDT

Posted by: Harinee Guruprasad Date: September 6, 2022 Category: Events

Learn everything you need to know about the Canadian work culture as an internationally trained newcomer
Hear from our guest speakers Amee and Colleen from the Saskatchewan Intercultural Association as to how to be successful in the Canadian workplace.
Amee: Amee has 9 years of experience in working with the Saskatchewan Intercultural Association working on multiple Employment programs and is currently the Mentorship Program Coordinator and co-team lead of the Employment Team. She has worked with hundreds of clients during this time, helping to reconnect them to their professions in Canada while providing support and assistance in recognizing how their skills align in the Canadian labour market. As a one-time newcomer herself, she has firsthand experience of the challenges that are faced and strives to help more recent newcomers overcome their barriers through sharing her own learning through experiences.
Colleen:
Colleen has worked with Saskatchewan Intercultural Association for the past 5 years helping newcomers get reconnected to their careers in Canada. Colleen works as the Work Placement Coordinator with the Mentorship Program, Saskatchewan’s longest-running employment program, and as co-lead of SIA's Employment Team. With a background in recreation management, Colleen has worked across many different sectors within her career, focusing on community development and social impact.

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