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The Career Networking Mixer is designed to help people who are new
to the workforce or looking to make a career change explore their
occupational options. Attendees will be given the opportunity to
learn about any one of the following professions firsthand through
the experience of a mentor. Below is a list of each mentors
profession with their industry in brackets.
* Accounting/Finance (Accounting Services)
* Civil and Industrial Engineering (Information Technology)
* Fundraising (Higher Education)
* Occupational Therapy (Health Services)
* Investment Finance (Pension and Investment Management)
* Sales (Real Estate)
* Human Resources (Hotel Industry)
* Pharmacy (Higher Education and Health Services)
* Mechanical Engineering (Automotive)
* Nursing (Health Services)
* Teaching (Primary Education)
* Sales (Filtration for Biopharmaceutical/Food & Beverage)
* Civil Engineering (Power)
Attendees can interact with working professionals and learn about
* Build confidence to connect with potential employers
* Develop informational interview skills
* Form valuable networks in the world of work
* Seek out professional development opportunities
* Develop a strong resume and cover letter
Mentors will share information about their occupations and offer
practical, timely career advice.
The Career Networking Mixer is a career planning event brought to
you by the Goan Overseas Association, Jobs and Education.
This event is sponsored by Ernst & Young LLP
You are invited to a Weekend retreat
by Fritz Mascarenhas, Director of The International Catholic
Programme of Evangelization,(ICPE) India.
THEME: John 4: 34 - "My food is to do the will of Him who sent me
and to finish His work".
Date & Time
Friday, May 05 2006, 7.30pm -10.00pm
Saturday, May 06 2006, 9.00am-6.30pm
Sunday, May 07 2006, 10.00am-6.00pm
St. Basil-the-Great College School (Catholic Secondary School),
20 Starview Lane, North York, ON M9M 3B2
Registration: Seats are limited. All who wish to participate in
this Seminar MUST REGISTER IN ADVANCE by calling 905 789 9909.
No Registration Fee
Bring your own lunch
Holy Mass, Rosary and Divine Mercy on Saturday and Sunday.
Fritz and Diana Mascarenhas are Directors of the ICPE Mission
Centre in India, which is located in Bangalore, a global IT and
Communications hub. The ICPE Global Mission has eight centres
spread throughout the world, each engaged in the work of
evangelization, reaching the un-reached, and mercy ministries.
2006 Census of Canada
May 16, 2006
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2006 Census Questions can be viewed at:
Some questions of relevance to www.goanvoice.ca readers.
Q 17 - What were the ethnic or cultural origins of this person's
Question 17 provides information about the ethnic and cultural
diversity of Canada's population. This question makes possible the
collection of the information required for the implementation of
the Multiculturalism Act and the Canadian Charter of Rights and
Freedoms. It is also used extensively by ethnic and cultural
associations, as well as by agencies and researchers, for
activities such as health promotion, communications and marketing.
Q 19 – Is this person :
South Asian (e.g., East Indian, Pakistani, Sri Lankan, etc.)
Question 19 tells us about the groups that make up the visible
minority population in Canada. This information is required for
programs under the Employment Equity Act, which promote equal
opportunity for everyone.
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FOR the Merlyn Vaz SCHOLARSHIP
Teachers from all over Goa applied for the scholarship in
memory of Merlyn Vaz and three candidates have been short
listed. The scholarship recognises Merlyn’s exemplary
service as an inspirational teacher and leader. Merlyn’s
son, the longest serving British Asian MP Keith Vaz has
launched the scholarship and will award a teacher the chance
of a lifetime.
The scholarship endorsed by the Chief Minister Pratab Singh
Rane MP and Tourism Minister Wilfred de Souza is worth
around £2,500 and the winner will get the opportunity to
teach at Sacred Heart Primary School, during the spring term
2007, accommodation and the cost of food and travel
expenses. She will also go on a sight-seeing tour of
Goans are invited to ask questions to the three candidates
attached to help find the winner of the Merlyn Vaz
Scholarship. An independent panel of three judges will
oversee the competition and select the overall winner.
To ask a question please email
firstname.lastname@example.org Keith Vaz MP said “"We have
had three short-listed candidates and I have met them all.
They are all dedicated and ambitious women.
"We want members of the public to ask them questions and to
vote for them, like a "teacher idol". We also want to make
an exchange, with a teacher from Leicester going to Goa at
the same time."
Gerry Hirst, head teacher of Sacred Heart, said: "We have a
lot of children in our school who come from India, and
having a teacher from India in school could help us
understand better how to connect with the children when they
come here. "We will also be able to share ideas and
experiences. They will help us and we will help them. It is
a good idea."
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