On Saturday April 9th, 2016, In-TAC launched its new social engagement series entitled InspiRED Talks. The series will feature presentations by exceptional immigrants who have demonstrated strength and resilience during their economic integration process as they settled in Canada. Their journeys of integration will be showcased through storytelling events narrated by In-TAC alumni quarterly.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE InspiRED Talks (Ottawa, Ontario – April 8th, 2016) In-TAC (The International Talent Acquisition Centre) is an initiative of the Ottawa Chinese Community Service Centre that matches international talent with Canadian businesses and helps internationally educated professionals find jobs in their field of expertise. On Saturday, April 9th, 2016, In-TAC will launch its
On Wednesday, June 17th, 2015, the Ottawa Chinese Community Service Centre (OCCSC) had the honour to receive from the Community Foundation of Ottawa a grant of $9,934.00 for In-TAC’s Mentorship Program, which has helped for the past 5 years hundreds of internationally educated professionals achieve their employment goals in Canada. The Community Foundation of Ottawa
EXPRESS ENTRY TO INTEGRATION THE INTERNATIONAL TALENT ACQUISITION CENTRE (In-TAC) CELEBRATES ANOTHER YEAR OF SUCCESS! Ottawa, CANADA – April 28, 2015 The International Talent Acquisition Centre hosted its 6th Annual Appreciation Gala – ‘Express Entry to Integration’ on Thursday, April 23rd, where Ottawa’s business leaders, community stakeholders, government representatives and newcomer graduates of In-TAC’s
OTTAWA, ON / ACCESSWIRE / February 12, 2015 / AstraQom Canada, one of the country’s fastest growing telecom operators and business VoIP providers, will be featured at The International Talent Acquisition Centre’s (In-TAC) Immigrant Entrepreneur Corner 2015. The event – held on the 18th of February 2015 at the RA Centre – is dedicated to
“Go Global, Hire Local” Matches Technology Venture Teams with Talented Professionals at Carleton University
By Christine Shay Go Global, Hire Local matches young technology entrepreneurs who wish to define and exploit global opportunities with international professionals who possess appropriate skills. The program is the result of a special relationship between Carleton University’s Technology Innovation Management program and the International Talent Acquisition Centre. On Feb. 10, Go Global, Hire Local
Have you ever dreamed of opening your own business or becoming an entrepreneur? If you answered yes, don’t miss In-TAC’s Immigrant Entrepreneur Corner 2015 on Wednesday, February 18th, 2015 at the RA Centre – Canada Room. Doors will open at 8:15 am. The event will run until 12:30 pm. In-TAC’s goal is to bring together
Expo Shines Light on Bright Future for Skilled Immigrants: In-TAC holds second annual career fair for IT and finance professionals
By Brandon Rushton, Ottawa Star October 21, 2014 Being Canadian-born, it is difficult to relate to the struggles New Canadians face when trying to find fulfilling work in Canada. After graduating from college, I constantly complained about the job market and its unfairness, unaware that I already had an inside track solely through birthright. Thousands
Ottawa, CANADA, October 9th, 2014 On October 8th, 2014, In-TAC hosted two major events; our second annual career expo and first national symposium entitled “Where Business Meets Immigration Policy Makers”. Both events were held concurrently at the Ottawa Convention Centre, and both were a success! With over 900 job seekers and visitors in attendance, and
Congratulations to Superna’s Mara Taracievicz on earning 24th on the PROFIT/Chatelaine W100 ranking!
The 16th annual W100 ranking of Canada’s Top Female Entrepreneurs, produced by PROFIT, Canadian Business and Chatelaine, was released. Superna’s Mara Taracievicz was ranked No. 24 on the list. Another great milestone for Superna and congratulations to Mara! The W100 ranking and awards program is Canada’s largest annual celebration entrepreneurial achievement by women. Please see the