Thursday March 15, 2018
Friday March 16, 2018
MDT 09:00 am till 04:00 pmEST 11:00 am till 06:00 pm





Immigrant Services Calgary (ISC) is the first settlement agency in Calgary and has been serving immigrant and refugee families for over 40 years. ISC’s vision is that immigrants and their families participate fully in an integrated and cohesive Canadian society. Our mission is to commit to being a comprehensive settlement agency working together with immigrants and their families to make Canada home. The agency’s multilingual settlement counselors are able to provide settlement and integration services in over 50 languages. Its programs and services include:

  • information and orientation
  • referrals to connect newcomers to needed resources
  • supportive counseling to help families adjust to Canadian life
  • translation and interpretation
  • employment bridging services
  • services for newcomer seniors
  • citizenship and civic education
  • pre-arrival services


Thursday 15 March

09:00 AM MDT

Greetings from Immigrant Services Calgary

Krystyna Biel, M.Ed Chief Executive Officer, Immigrant Services Calgary
09:30 AM MDT

Cassandra will be discussing in brief the past, present and future of YMCA Calgary, including program and services offered, the culture and benefits to working with the YMCA and employment opportunities and how to apply to them.

Cassandra Petrovic Recruitment Advisor, YMCA Calgary
11:00 AM MDT

Savings Starts with Spending and Careers at RBC.

Kelly Sutton Community Market Manager

Amir Khalid Community Manager
12:00 PM MDT

Ted will talk about Trico Homes culture and the necessary skills to develop a growing career within the company.

Ted Tam Trico Homes
1:00 PM MDT

Recruitment Agencies ; Best practices to set realistic expectation, matching experience to the right organizations and garnering value from the recruitment process.

Steve McCrum Operations Manager (Western Canada), Noramtec Consultants Inc
01:30 PM MDT

Salem will give a brief introduction to Gannet activities and available volunteer opportunities with Gannet.

Salem Hakawati – P.Eng., PMP Senior Project Manager at Gannet
02:00 PM MDT

Mark will talk about what Procom is, the services we provide, different industries that our clients are from, and the type of skillsets for which we hire.

Mark Perry Account Manager, Procom
03:00 PM MDT

Join this session to hear how you can access free employment services in Calgary! If you are a PR or convention refugee, we offer one-on-one career counseling, resume and cover letter coaching, practice interviews, and exclusive access to our agency networking events and skill building workshops!

Noel Tsang Immigrant Services Calgary
03:30 PM MDT

S.I Systems – Our way of technical recruitment

Nandor Fodor S.I Systems Technical Recruiter

Elizabeth Jane Hein VP of Western Canada

Corinne Anne Tighe Team Lead

Friday 16 March

09:30 AM MDT

Rosanna from CPL will be talking about free library resources for Calgarians.

Rosanna Sing Library Experience Facilitator, Calgary Public Library
11:00 AM MDT

ASET certification is a pathway for foreign-trained engineering, geoscience, and technology professionals seeking to relaunch their careers in Alberta

Eric Morin, CMP Manager, Marketing and Corporate Relations
12:00 PM MDT

IAF Microloans for Foreign Credential Recognition and Licensure

Jesse Zelisko Community Engagement Specialist
01:00 PM MDT

World Financial Group offers a unique opportunity to train in the field of personal financial education and learn how to serve families but also to build a business in this industry - Kelly will discuss our training program and the opportunity with WFG.

Kelly Boudreau Marketing Director
02:00 PM MDT

Sharing information about Career Coaching and Resume Writing for the Canadian Labor Market and also revealing the importance of continuing education

Valbona Pennoyer Practicum Coordinator, Reeves College
03:00 PM MDT

Engaging with the Alberta Ecotrust Foundation and the Environmental NGO sector in Alberta

Simon Irving Environmental Program Coordinator, Alberta Ecotrust

Zerin Marzan Program Assistant, Alberta Ecotrust

Frequently Asked Questions

Permanent residents, convention refugees and Canadian citizens.
Canadian employers, community organizations and professional regulatory bodies.
No. You do not need to download or install any software to participate. You only need to have access to the internet.
No. Some employers may have the ability to request a video chat, but a webcam is not required to participate.
Yes. This hiring event is an opportunity to meet and network with recruiters, including asking them about company culture, current open positions, and how to apply.
Your login details will be emailed to you ahead of the event. You can use these details to access the online event.
This is an online event. You do not have to travel to any specific location. You can participate anywhere that you have Internet access. The event is accessible from desktop, mobile and tablet devices.
  • Interact with recruiters and employers
  • Explore open positions
  • Apply for jobs
  • Get information about careers in Canada
  • Learn about the culture and values of each company and organization
Yes. Like any physical event, we will have a swag bag for you! You can add all of the documents available to the online swag bag in your account and then email them to yourself or share items with friends and family by simply entering their email.
Absolutely! Simply share the link to this page and remind your friends that registration is required to participate. Help us spread the word!
Recruiters will be live on March 15 and 16, 2018 during the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. MDT.
In order to interact with recruiters and make the most of the event, participants should login during these hours. That being said, exhibitor information will be accessible 24/7 on March 15 and 16, 2018.
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