Students & Future Grads: Get to Know BDO Open House

April 10, 2018 • Written by

Get to Know BDO Open House

Join one of our Open Houses across Canada to learn why BDO is the best place to launch your career. Discover what makes BDO unique, network with BDO professionals and find out about the student and new grad opportunities available in 2019.

  • Get a head start for fall recruitment
  • Experience the culture at BDO firsthand
  • Take a tour of our office facilities and get a sense of our work environment
  • Network with BDO Executives, Partners, Professionals, the HR Team and current BDO students

DATE: Between May 14 – June 12
LOCATION: Your most preferred BDO office location
RSVP: Please RSVP to Kuldeep Gill at kgill@bdo.ca

For additional details – BDO Open House – Winnipeg Area

Assurance | Accounting | Tax | Advisory

www.bdo.ca

 

 

Rotary Career Symposium 2018

April 3, 2018 • Written by

About the Event

Monday, April 16: 6pm – 8pm
Tuesday, April 17: 9am – 3pm

Wednesday, April 18: 9am – 3pm

 

RBC Convention Centre Winnipeg
375 York Avenue

Created to showcase leading industries, employment and educational opportunities in Manitoba and beyond, the Rotary Career Symposium is a unique event to help discover your career possibilities! From Aerospace to Law, Trades to Government, Hospitality to Technology, more than 185 Exhibit booths and 30 speaker sessions are included in the two-day event. Featuring both business and educational leaders to help you to update your career profile, it’s the largest and most comprehensive event of its kind in Canada. Don’t miss out!

Reasons to attend the Rotary Career Symposium

Over 10,000 people attend the Symposium each year.
The show floor hosts over 185 exhibitor booths.
There are over 30 speakers sessions providing “A Day In The Life” career insights.

For more information, visit: Rotary Career Symposium

 

Job Fair: MTEC – Hospitality, Tourism and Retail

March 28, 2018 • Written by
MTEC is holding the Semi-Annual Job Fair at the RBC Convention Centre, 375 York Avenue, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm on Wednesday, April 11, 2018.

Keep your eye on the MTEC Job Board for the most current list of employers.

Employers currently attending:

– RBC Convention Centre
– Royal Canadian Mounted Police
– True North Sports + Entertainment
– SellOFFVacations.com
– Winnipeg Football Club – Food & Beverage Operation
– Arnold Bros Transport
– Manitoba Tourism Education College

Attendance is FREE! Bring copies of your resume to the event and be ready to talk about your skills with the recruiting employers.

For more information: Alexa Knox, 204-957-7437

 

Employer on-Campus: MNP

March 28, 2018 • Written by

MNP Invites YOU to learn how to get your career jump-started!

MNP LLPIf you’re looking for small firm relationships, with large firm resources – MNP is the place for you.

MNP will be hosting an information session at the Exchange District Campus on April 5th, in room P107 from 12:00 noon – 12:45 P.M.

Pizza & refreshments will be provided!

We welcome all Business students interested in learning more about career opportunities with MNP.

We will help you make sense of your options!

To attend the session register at: http://teamsites.rrc.ca/ses   

If you have difficulty registering or have accessibility questions or accommodation requests contact Student Employment Services at 204.632.3966 or jobcentre@rrc.ca

Employer on-Campus: Great-West Life

March 28, 2018 • Written by

We are hiring!

Great-West Life invites all graduating accounting students to a recruitment and information session!

We’ll provide you with the training and tools to succeed, including some of the most advanced technology in the business. We’ll encourage you to think for yourself and we’ll listen to your thoughts and ideas. We’ll support your personal and professional development, and reward your success.

If you are interested in learning more about Great-West Life, please attend the information session.

www.greatwestlifeco.com.


Exchange District CampusGWL
Thursday, March 29, 2018
CGA Manitoba Room – P107
12:00 noon – 1:00 p.m.

Notre Dame Campus
Tuesday, April 3, 2018
GreenLecture Theatre
12:00 noon – 1:00 pm


Pizza and drinks provided

To attend the information session register online at: https://teamsites.rrc.ca/ses

If you have difficulty registering or have accessibility questions or accommodation requests contact Student Employment Services at 204.632.3966 or jobcentre@rrc.ca.

 

 

Employer On-Campus: Ontario Power Generation

March 5, 2018 • Written by
Calling all students from the following programs:
Electrical Engineering Technology
Instrumentation and Control Engineering Technology
Mechanical Engineering Technology
Skilled Trades – Electrical

Ontario Power Generation (www.mypowercareer.com) is one of the largest electricity generators in North America. We offer challenging opportunities and great career mobility in a work environment where safety is a fundamental value and where you can realize your personal and professional goals.

To learn more, join us on campus for an information session!

Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Black Lecture Theatre
Notre Dame Campus
4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

If you are interested in attending the information session, please register online at:
https://teamsites.rrc.ca/ses

Deadline for registration: March 19, 2018

If you have difficulty registering or have accessibility questions or accommodation requests contact Student Employment Services at 204.632.3966 or jobcentre@rrc.ca

College Internet Maintenance

March 1, 2018 • Written by

Information Technology Solutions will be performing maintenance to equipment that handles the main college internet connection. This work will be completed on Sunday, March 4 th . Work will begin at 10:00am and should be completed by 12:00pm.

During this maintenance window there is expected to be 2 brief interruptions, lasting between 5-10 minutes each, to all internet based resources. Affected systems will include, but are not limited to, Learn, Office365, Email, Sharepoint, Hub, VPN, and Internet access to and from the college.

Affected campuses will include Notre Dame Campus, The Exchange District Campus, Portage Campus, Steinbach Campus, Winkler Campus, LTC Campus, and Stevenson Aviation (Winnipeg Campus).

If you have any questions or concerns, please submit a Caselog at https://hub.rrc.ca/CaseLog/NewCase.aspx?Area=ITS&Category=57

Employer Off-Campus: SkipTheDishes Headquarters tour

February 15, 2018 • Written by

SkipTheDishes invites all Business and Information Technology students to a tour of the SkipTheDishes Headquarters

Join us to learn more about the wide range of opportunities with SkipTheDishes. Experience the open work space, listen to success stories from current employees and meet with our hiring managers to learn about potential part-time, full-time and Co-op opportunities.

 www.skipthedishes.com/jobs

Thursday, March 8, 2018, 2pm – 3pm – 136 Market Ave.
Thursday, March 22, 2018, 4pm – 5pm – 136 Market Ave.

 
Registration is required and sign up will be on a first come, first served basis. Register online at: https://teamsites.rrc.ca/ses

RRC students winning at 2018 Directions Conference until the end!

February 14, 2018 • Written by

The Directions Conference connects Red River College students in Business and Applied Arts with industry professionals in many areas of business. Keynote speakers, breakout informational sessions and the popular roundtable networking event combine into a rich and rewarding experience for both students and employers.

If you attended the 2018 Directions Conference, we hope you learned a lot from the speakers and that you were able to connect with the business delegates from the industry you are interested in. Don’t forget to follow up with your new connections!

Read more on Professional Perspective as Cathy Lund, Director – Staffing Solutions at Centre for Aboriginal Human Resource Development (CAHRD), one of the industry representatives who attended the Roundtable Networking Event, answers the question:

As a Human Resource Professional who recruits Indigenous students and graduates, what advice do you have for students so they stand out at career events?


Thank you to all of the attendees who completed the event survey at the end of the conference!

And congratulations to Daniele Velloso, winner of the pair of tickets to see the Winnipeg Jets, and to Chelsea Tetrault, winner of the pair of tickets to Celebrations Dinner Theatre! Both prizes were generously donated by Canad Inns Polo Park.

Daniele Velloso, winner of Winnipeg Jets tickets.

Chelsea Tetrault, winner of Celebrations tickets.

 


Student Employment Services offers a wide range of employment services, including assistance with networking, job search, cover letters, resumes and interviews, and hosting employer on-campus events. For additional information, contact Student Employment Services at jobcentre@rrc.ca or 204.632.2463.

Professional Perspective: Stand out at career events

February 13, 2018 • Written by
Welcome back to Professional Perspective, where industry professionals share their insights regarding various employment-related topics!

If you attended the 2018 Directions Conference on February 8, 2018, we are sure you met a lot of wonderful industry professionals. Read on to refresh your mind on what to do to make the most out of future career events. Make sure you don’t let those leads turn cold!


Today we have Cathy Lund, Director – Staffing Solutions at Centre for Aboriginal Human Resource Development Inc. (CAHRD) to share networking tips from the other side of the table! Cathy’s professional perspective comes from an amazing career in human resource and leadership roles.

Cathy participated in the 2018 Directions Conference as one of the 70 business delegates during the Roundtable Networking Event. You can expect to see more of her at RRC’s Employer on-Campus events!

Today’s question:

As a Human Resource Professional who recruits Indigenous students and graduates, what advice do you have for students so they stand out at career events?

Cathy’s Professional Perspective

Our Staffing Solutions team at the Centre for Aboriginal Human Resource Development attends career events of all kinds in Winnipeg to recruit Indigenous students and graduates. We get involved, firstly, to consider CAHRD as a career option at graduation and also to promote to Indigenous students the great career supports offered by CAHRD professionals who work with people one-on-one!

At any career event, we can meet up to 100 people a day. Here are a few tips from us – the people on the other side of the table – on how to make a great impression!

  1. Know about us. Do your research before you meet me or my organization! LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, and other websites are great places to learn about the people you are planning to introduce yourself to. If you really want to impress me, know our vision and familiarize yourself with our product or service. I have witnessed employers making a decision to hire from the first impression at a career event.
  2. Show interest. Meeting a student at more than one event and learning that they deliberately came to meet me AGAIN is impressive.
  3. Ask questions. We can always tell when someone is genuinely curious about the agency and career options by the questions they ask. We hear “Are you hiring?” hundreds of times during one day. Be curious and original.
  4. Be memorable. Dress the part and use it to your advantage when reconnecting with us. “I was the person in the green dress…” or “…with the green tie…” – you see what I mean?
  5. Relax. We are all there for the same reason – to get to know each other and create opportunities. I am looking for YOU.
  6. Follow up. Send us a personalized message on LinkedIn within a few days.

Networking is an opportunity for you to tell people who you are, what is unique about you and why you are passionate about their industry. Networking happens everywhere – at events, with your co-workers, fellow students, social media, parties and on the bus. Every person is another opportunity to learn more about them and tell your story!


The Centre for Aboriginal Human Resource Development (CAHRD) offers employment services, support services, and education & training opportunities, including staffing solutions that assist Indigenous students and graduates find meaningful employment in their occupation of choice.

For more information, visit cahrd.org.

Connect with Cathy on LinkedIn and benefit from her wealth of knowledge and industry insight!


To read past editions, click here:
Professional Perspective – What employers are really thinking

For additional employment resources, visit Student Employment Services’ Online Employment Resources or book an appointment with an RRC Employment Advisor at 204.632.3966 or JobCentre@rrc.ca.