MPIN

M-PIN Networking Event in Sudbury – April 24, 2019

Sudbury

Mining Professional Immigrant Network – Networking Event in Sudbury

 

 

 

Please have a look at the details below for MiHR’s upcoming networking event in Sudbury and more about the M-PIN initiative.  This event is a perfect opportunity to build on your professional network, learn more about Diversity and Inclusion initiatives at the Mining Industry Human Resources Council and meet professional job seekers with international experience eager to work in the Ontario mining sector.

 

FREE Registration – SUDBURY April 24, professional Networking event (Space is limited!)

Laurentian University – University Club

(Fraser Building, 2nd floor)

935 Ramsey Lake Road

Sudbury, ON

5:00pm-7:00pm

 

Join other mining employers and Internationally Trained Professionals for an opportunity to meet and discuss how to improve the capacity to recruit, hire and retain international talent in Ontario.  You’ll have an opportunity to discuss some of today’s employment challenges and strategies to address them. M-PIN strives to raise awareness of career opportunities in the Ontario mining sector among internationally trained professionals (ITP).  Connecting ITP’s looking for meaningful work with those that are already working in mining as well as connecting with mining employers looking to fill labour gaps.  This is enabled via our ENSEMBLE: mining diversity network - M-PIN subgroup where membership is free; as well as our in-person networking events scheduled for Sudbury, Toronto and Timmins in 2019!

 

These professional networking events are best suited for Mining employers, Mining HR professionals, internationally trained professionals working in mining or internationally trained professionals looking for meaningful work.  This event is promoted in part by Professions North/Nord (Sudbury) and the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC); and funded by the Ontario Government.  For additional information about M-PIN and diversity and inclusion initiatives within the mining sector please contact Lorry Fortin at MiHR, 613-270-9696 x60.