The National Job Fair & Training Expo does more
for diversity in the workplace with the addition
of a new partner: DiversityCareers.ca
DiversityCareers.ca joins as partner for the 2008 spring and fall editions in
starts with the upcoming 12th edition, scheduled on April 8 and 9, 2008, at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (North
Building, Hall C).
Diversitycareers.ca will promote The National Job Fair & Training Expo not only as the
comprehensive and largest recruitment event, but as a place of diversity that can provide applicants of current jobs from
employers dedicated to a diverse workplace. The National Job Fair & Training Expo is a multi-sector recruitment event
presented to serve the employment needs of communities from the Greater Toronto Area and its outlying regions.
DiversityCareers.ca employment website provides job postings and links skilled immigrants/newcomers in
minorities, women in the workplace, aboriginal, people with disabilities, mature workers (45+) and Canadians to
employers who promotes employment equity and diversity in the workplace. The National Job Fair & Training Expo is the
other link for the diversity to meet face to face with employers, training and education facilities, organizations promoting
entrepreneurship and career services organizations.
“The National Job Fair & Training Expo leads the field in recruitment event in
this important partnership” states Joanna Lee, Communications Consultant of Diversitycareers.ca. “The combination of
their experience as leaders in delivering successful events and the strength of DiversityCareers.ca online job board, this
new collaboration will enable us to grow our engagement with employers looking to diversify their talent pool and assist
jobseekers in finding work in
For this 12th edition, organizers are expecting over 150 exhibitors from the Greater Toronto Area and from across
the Greater Toronto Area and its outlying regions. The fair consists of four main pavilions: The Employment Pavilion, the
Training & Education Pavilion, the Career Services Pavilion and the Entrepreneurship Pavilion. It is completed with
several interactive activities and services supporting the career development of all attendees, such as the free
Professional Résumé Assessment Centre, the Posting Zone, the Public Presentation Area, etc.
The National Job Fair and Training Expo’s three major sponsors are the
of Training, Colleges and Universities. The commitment of major sponsors, associate sponsors and partners, the
continued participation of exhibitors and their growing numbers are the best indicators of the key role The National Job
Fair & Training Expo plays in today’s
For more information, please contact:
Daniel Levesque, Founding President and Show Manager
The National Job Fair & Training Expo
For further information about DiversityCareers.ca: