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Mehrzad Nicholas GhadiriByNicholas Ghadiri

If you’re an internationally-educated nurse looking to get licensed in Canada, listen to Meghan Wankel from CARE Centre for Internationally Educated Nurses’ advice.

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Mehrzad Nicholas GhadiriByNicholas Ghadiri

Hire Canada Virtual Event

Hire Canada’s Virtual Job Fair & Training Expo provides Candidates with direct access to Recruiters, Career Advisors and Admissions Staff who are offering employment opportunities, career counselling services, continuing education information and other opportunities. If you are looking for a job, career, employment services, or continuing education information, then the Hire Canada Virtual Event is for you!

https://hirecanada.ca/virtualevents/applicant

Mehrzad Nicholas GhadiriByNicholas Ghadiri

New to Canada and looking for a job? Maximize your employment readiness by learning how to prepare to enter the labour market in Canada, overcome barriers like international credential recognition and a lack of Canadian work experience, and access free tools available to you.

Join this session of Café New Canadians to hear from immigrants about their experiences and career journey in Canada. They will also share their learnings and how a free online program called FAST – i.e. Facilitating Access to Skilled Talent – has supported them.

Mehrzad Nicholas GhadiriByNicholas Ghadiri

Networking Event: Living and Working in Lanark and Renfrew

On March 10 from 1 am – 12 pm EST, the Local Immigration Partnership of Lanark & Renfrew invites you to learn about the opportunity to live, work and grow in their beautiful community located in Eastern Ontario.  Please join in for the opportunity to speak with health care employers about open career opportunities.

Mehrzad Nicholas GhadiriByNicholas Ghadiri

Educating Tomorrow’s Nurses with Rani Srivastava

Watch and listen as Rani Srivastava discusses with Gail and Mary the state of nursing education in Canada and its potential for the future. The country needs nurses, and people want to become nurses, but challenges remain to provide well-funded quality education, with qualified faculty and sufficient supports to students. Hear Rani’s thoughts on what needs to change to attract and maintain nursing students and nurses in practice through attention to diversity, inclusion and innovation and her hopes for the future.

Educating Tomorrow’s Nurses with Rani Srivastava – Nurses’ Voices (nursesvoices.ca)