Two EPIC career opportunities for young aboriginal students and grads!

The road is not always easy for Aboriginal grads or schools that want to attract Aboriginal students. Post-secondary Aboriginal grads armed with degrees, diplomas or trade certifications have told us that despite their many efforts to pursue employment, doors are not opened to them within their chosen field. Schools have also spoken to us about their challenges to attract Aboriginal students.

We are hosting Canada’s first National Aboriginal VIRTUAL Recruitment Fair onJanuary 26-27, 2012. All Aboriginal people, regardless of their education level, will have an opportunity to utilize this online fair to meet with inclusive employers from the comfort of their own home, school, community centre or office.  These employers are looking to hire, or speak with, Aboriginal people about pursuing a career path within their organization/school. Your school is welcome to join the list of organizations that have already registered for a virtual booth.

Inclusion Works’12 National Aboriginal Recruitment Fair

For the fourth consecutive year we will bring up to 100 top post-secondary grads to our Inclusion Works ’12 National Aboriginal Recruitment Fair for mentorship and job interviews with inclusive employers-of-choice from our Leadership Circle partnership program that want to hire them. This year’s event will take place at The Westin, Edmonton, AB — April 30 – May 3, 2012.

Successful grad applicants will be brought to Edmonton in May, expenses paid, where they will receive mentorship in the areas of networking and interviewing before undergoing job interviews with some of Canada’s leading inclusive employers.  Your school is welcome to join our Leadership Circle group and participate in the recruitment fair.

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