Get Connected! Creating African-Canadian Career Excellence (ACCE)

You're Excellent (of course!) But - will you be Connected?


The African and Caribbean Students' Network of Canada (ACSioN Network), in partnership with BCRC* and CEDEC**, proudly invites you to:


Our world is evolving rapidly. Inexorably, Quebec is also changing - and in order to come out ahead in the face of intense global competition, the strengths of all members of society must be brought together to form the most innovative, productive and diversified workforce possible. We want YOU!

Come discover how to maximize your career potential at the launch of our pioneering ACCE initiative, featuring:

-- Career Mixer --

> An unparalleled networking opportunity where you'll be able to connect with businesses, recruiters, entrepreneurs, representatives of community organizations and university students, accompanied by delicious refreshments!

-- Presentations & Guest Speakers --

Karen Diaz | President, CKG Training & Consulting
> Ms. Diaz, M.Ed (McGill) is an organizational development expert, management consultant and trainer, with deep cross-cultural and international experience in Honduras, Nicaragua, Guyana, Trinidad & Tobago, India, Romania, the Russian Federation and Canada.

Sean Seales | President, Othello Wealth Partners
> Mr. Seales is a financial security advisor, accountant and insurance consultant with particular experience in estate and business succession planning.

> What are the employability prospects for Montreal’s aspiring young Black professionals?
> How can Montreal truly be the right place to build your career?
> How best can diversity practices be enhanced in the workplace?

Dress code = Business casual / Interview attire

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN - Cost: $0 (Yes, entrance is FREE***)

***We can't guarantee availability, but we'll do the best we can! Don’t delay in registering, our capacity for attendees is fixed.

-- Background information --

“Since the 1990s, Montreal has had a steady out-migration of its educated visible minority immigrants, despite being a major starting destination for newcomers to Canada (Hou & Bourne, 2006; Symons, 2002).”

* Black Community Resource Centre of Montreal (BCRC)
** Community Economic Development and Employability Corporation (CEDEC)
Réseau <ACSioN> Network Board of Directors, NEB & ACSioN Network-Concordia

January 23, 2014 at 5:30pm - 8:30pm
6th floor Atrium, John Molson School of Business
1450 Rue Guy
Montreal, QC H3H
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Will you come?


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