CPAC’s annual job fair returns, providing hundreds of job opportunities
TORONTO, August 30, 2023 – CPAC is thrilled to announce its highly anticipated annual job fair, set to take place on Wednesday, September 20, at the conveniently located North York Memorial Community Hall. With hundreds of jobs to be filled, the event is expected to attract a large number of job seekers across the GTA.
CPAC’s annual Career Fair has been running for over 20 years, except a hiatus during the COVID-19 pandemic. It aims to empower internationally trained professionals as well as local graduates to forge valuable connections with prospective employers.
The 2023 CPAC job fair will host such industry leaders as Enbridge, RBC Bank, TD Bank, Sun Life Financial, AWOT Global, Toronto Police Services, and York Regional Police. The job opportunities encompass a diverse range of fields, including Finance, Accounting, Technology, Software Development, Business Development, Sales, Customer Service, Administration, Marketing, Project Management, Consulting, and so on.
Attendees can also expect an array of resources, from employment and career training programs to on-site resume critique and career coaching by experts, all geared toward facilitating their entry into their chosen professions.
This year’s CPAC job fair is sponsored by Enbridge Inc., a leading energy provider in North America.
Date: Wednesday, September 20, 2023
Time: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Location: North York Memorial Community Hall, North York Centre, 5110 Yonge St, North York, ON M2N 5W4
Admission: Free for pre-registered, or $10 at the door
For more information or to register, please go to https://cpac-canada.ca/job-fair/.
CPAC, formerly known as the Chinese Professionals Association of Canada, is a multi-dimensional organization that is an association of professionals, a career service provider, and a developing think tank.
For over 30 years, CPAC has been serving the community of internationally educated professionals with their credential recognition, licensure, skills upgrading, cultural integration, employment, professional development and leadership development. The organization now has close to 31,000 members from various cultural and ethnic backgrounds with a wide range of professional training and skills.
CPAC also facilitates, through CPAC Institute, the understanding and elimination of systemic racism and barriers to equity, diversity and inclusion, through research, education and training, with the goal of achieving the full potential of a diverse and inclusive Canadian society.