This episode of NEW CANADIANS has everything you need to know if you’re a professional immigrant looking to find meaningful employment in Canada. Through the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC), we take a look at a number of associations that are part of the Professional Immigrant Networks (PINs) program. There are over 60 different immigrant […]

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The Canadian Columbian Professional Association (CCPA) is a professional immigrant network designed to help newcomers create new professional contacts in Canada to find employment. Hear about how building networks within their professional community can open an entirely new job market for new immigrants.

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In this video, we take a closer look at three professional immigrant networks that guide newcomers to meet other professionals and find employment. The Association of Romanian Engineers in Canada (AREC), Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) and Persica Management and Quality Association (PMQA) are networks that use workshops, study groups and mentoring to teach […]

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If you’re a professional coming to Canada, you’ll likely be interested in the Professional Immigrants Network (PINs) program. Take a look at these three networks within the program that help newcomers prepare for registration exams in regulated professions such as the medical field or how to transfer their skills into alternative careers like entrepreneurship.

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Leadership skills are important for professionals entering the Canadian workforce. We heard from three members of different professional immigrant networks about how their experiences with these associations have led them to become stronger leaders and more confident with public speaking.

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M-Bridge Culture Integration Society for Professionals is a proud PINs association run by internationally educated professionals (IEPs). M-Bridge’s Executive Director, Sophie Duan talks about her experience with the PINs program. M-Bridge was formed in 2008 to help professional immigrants to integrate into Canadian workplace and society through educational services. As a volunteer-run association, we were constantly […]

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