Alberta Mentorship Program: Bridging Cultural Differences

Edmonton Region Immigrant Employment Council (ERIEC) has been establishing a strong mentorship culture for newcomers within the Edmonton region since 2008. We were really excited to help extend this culture throughout the province by becoming part of the Alberta Mentorship Program (AMP). The program is a joint project of mentorship and employment organizations and the Alberta and federal governments, started in 2019. It is led by ERIEC Executive Director Doug Piquette in collaboration with a provincial project team and stakeholder advisory committee. The project is made possible with funding provided by the Government of Alberta through an agreement with the Government of Canada.

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AGTC 2021: Call for Speakers

AGTC 2021:  Call for Speakers

Alberta Global Talent Conference (AGTC) 2021We’re looking for inspiring voices and expertise from industry leaders and storytellers like yourself for the ultimate digital conference

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How to Start a Business

How to Start a Business

What it takes to open a business in Canada; How the bank can support your business; How Futurepreneur Canada can support your business

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BMO Virtual Recruitment Info Session

BMO Virtual Recruitment Info Session

Want to work in a Bank? Learn how to become a Bank Ready Candidate.

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Job Fair with Talent Pool

Job Fair with Talent Pool

The Talent Pool is hosting a virtual Job Fair.Connect with local employers!

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