The National Job Fair & Training Expo

Public Presentations of The National Job Fair on October 17 and 18, 2019

Choose your topics of interest and find a seat! There will be 15 public presentations of 45 minutes at every hour during The National Job Fair, each covering various topics of interest to individuals looking for work, for a career change or for career development. The public presentations take place in the Presentation Area with a 50-person seating capacity. All presentations are free to visitors. The presentations are given by experienced speakers. See below the detailed schedule and the information about the presentations.

Public presentation schedule for Thursday, October 17, 2019 (as of August 20, 2019)

TIme
Organization
Speaker(s)
Presentation title and summary
10:00 a.m.      

11:00 a.m.

Réseau des organismes de régionalisation de l’immigration du Québec (RORIQ)


 

 

 

 

The regionalization of immigration: a job, a life project

Most New Canadians and Newcomers are unaware of the opportunities outside the Greater Montreal area, yet thousands of positions in a variety of fields and requiring skills of all kinds are available outside of Montreal. In addition, the various regions of Quebec provide living environments that are conducive to the development of individuals and their families.

Come and listen to representatives of the Réseau des organismes de régionalisation de l’immigration du Québec (RORIQ), who will show you how they accompany immigrants and their families who wish to establishing themselves in a stimulating environment to develop professionally and personally.

What if the Quebec regions allow you to make your immigration project a reality?

12:00 p.m.

Les Restaurants McDonald's du Canada ltée



To come

To come

1:00 p.m.

Centre des femmes de Montréal

 

 

To come

To come

2:00 p.m.

Réseau des organismes de régionalisation de l’immigration du Québec (RORIQ)



 

The regionalization of immigration: a job, a life project

Most New Canadians and Newcomers are unaware of the opportunities outside the Greater Montreal area, yet thousands of positions in a variety of fields and requiring skills of all kinds are available outside of Montreal. In addition, the various regions of Quebec provide living environments that are conducive to the development of individuals and their families.

Come and listen to representatives of the Réseau des organismes de régionalisation de l’immigration du Québec (RORIQ), who will show you how they accompany immigrants and their families who wish to establishing themselves in a stimulating environment to develop professionally and personally.

What if the Quebec regions allow you to make your immigration project a reality?

3:00 p.m.

Les Territoires : VIENS VIVIRE EN GRAND

To come

Les Territoires, VIENS VIVIRE EN GRAND

Vivre et travailler dans les territoires, c'est une expérience unique, celle d'une vie. C'est vivre son quotidien au contact d'une nature immense et d'une communauté dynamique en pleine expansion, vous pourriez aimer ça! Économie fleurissante, arts et divertissements, riche vie sociale, loisirs et plein air en grand, tout ce qu'il faut pour une vie équilibrée! Ici, il fait bon vivre...

Au Canada, 120 000 personnes vivent au nord du 60° parallèle, au Yukon, au Territoires du Nord-Ouest ou au Nunavut. Le recrutement francophone et bilingue y est en plein essor. Notre mission : créer des ponts entre les chercheurs d'emploi et les employeurs pour appuyer cette tendance. Et bien sûr répondre aux questions que vous vous posez à propos de la vie au quotidien dans les territoires.

Ce projet de recrutement regroupe trois associationsfrancophones:

- l'Association franco-yukonnaise (AFY)
- Le Conseil en Développement Économiques des Territoires-du-Nord-Ouest (CDÉTNO)
- Carrefour Nunavut

Ensemble, nous souhaitons partager avec vous notre passion pour le Nord canadien, être votre porte d'entrée aux Territoires.

Alors... Viens vivre en grand!

4:00 p.m.

Réseau des organismes de régionalisation de l’immigration du Québec (RORIQ)



 

The regionalization of immigration: a job, a life project

Most New Canadians and Newcomers are unaware of the opportunities outside the Greater Montreal area, yet thousands of positions in a variety of fields and requiring skills of all kinds are available outside of Montreal. In addition, the various regions of Quebec provide living environments that are conducive to the development of individuals and their families.

Come and listen to representatives of the Réseau des organismes de régionalisation de l’immigration du Québec (RORIQ), who will show you how they accompany immigrants and their families who wish to establishing themselves in a stimulating environment to develop professionally and personally.

What if the Quebec regions allow you to make your immigration project a reality?

5:00 p.m.      

Public presentation schedule for Friday, October 18, 2019 (as of August 20, 2019)

TIme
Organization
Speaker(s)
Presentation title and summary

10:00 a.m.


 

 

11:00 a.m.

Réseau des organismes de régionalisation de l’immigration du Québec (RORIQ)


 

The regionalization of immigration: a job, a life project

Most New Canadians and Newcomers are unaware of the opportunities outside the Greater Montreal area, yet thousands of positions in a variety of fields and requiring skills of all kinds are available outside of Montreal. In addition, the various regions of Quebec provide living environments that are conducive to the development of individuals and their families.

Come and listen to representatives of the Réseau des organismes de régionalisation de l’immigration du Québec (RORIQ), who will show you how they accompany immigrants and their families who wish to establishing themselves in a stimulating environment to develop professionally and personally.

What if the Quebec regions allow you to make your immigration project a reality?

12:00 p.m.

Les Restaurants McDonald's du Canada ltée



To come

To come

1:00 p.m.

 


 

2:00 p.m.

Réseau des organismes de régionalisation de l’immigration du Québec (RORIQ)



 

The regionalization of immigration: a job, a life project

Most New Canadians and Newcomers are unaware of the opportunities outside the Greater Montreal area, yet thousands of positions in a variety of fields and requiring skills of all kinds are available outside of Montreal. In addition, the various regions of Quebec provide living environments that are conducive to the development of individuals and their families.

Come and listen to representatives of the Réseau des organismes de régionalisation de l’immigration du Québec (RORIQ), who will show you how they accompany immigrants and their families who wish to establishing themselves in a stimulating environment to develop professionally and personally.

What if the Quebec regions allow you to make your immigration project a reality?

3:00 p.m.

 

 

 

4:00 p.m

Réseau des organismes de régionalisation de l’immigration du Québec (RORIQ)


 

 

The regionalization of immigration: a job, a life project

Most New Canadians and Newcomers are unaware of the opportunities outside the Greater Montreal area, yet thousands of positions in a variety of fields and requiring skills of all kinds are available outside of Montreal. In addition, the various regions of Quebec provide living environments that are conducive to the development of individuals and their families.

Come and listen to representatives of the Réseau des organismes de régionalisation de l’immigration du Québec (RORIQ), who will show you how they accompany immigrants and their families who wish to establishing themselves in a stimulating environment to develop professionally and personally.

What if the Quebec regions allow you to make your immigration project a reality?

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