2013-2014 Issue 2

PBL_3102What are my goals? Where do I see myself at this time next year, and how will I get there?
The month of January is a fresh start. It’s a chance to consider the possibilities of the blank calendar in front of us and make plans for the future.


2013-2014 Issue 2

With the holiday season in swing, we complete our look at overcoming possible barriers to career success with an essential activity that can be intimidating but also potentially fun: Networking!Screen Shot 2014-12-17 at 1.56.55 PM


2013-2014 Issue 2

“Employers tend to favour local diplomas and experience because their perception of risk is heightened every time they move away from something they know. They want something familiar, a local reference, a brand they can trust.” That means earning local credentials, through either work experience or education.


2013-2014 Issue 2

Jorge_squareIntegration is challenging for any immigrant, and those who arrive in Montreal are no exception. The city’s culture and language can appear to be daunting for newcomers, but help is readily available for those who wish to call Quebec home.
As a result, Montreal is full of successful immigrants who have made a smooth transition. Here are two of their personal stories.


2013-2014 Issue 2

Immigrating is a trying experience, and the professional transition can be particularly overwhelming. Am I on the right track? Am I informed of the requirements of my occupation? Am I optimizing my time? If you take the time to draw a roadmap, you can minimize the detours. Here are four steps to get you started.
A roadmap can help you assess your candidacy and establish new connections