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The program and its workbooks will help you discover your talents and passions and and build a unique career path toward the dream job of your choice.

Get connected to employers, mentors and career development opportunities through the Aboriginal Human Resource Council!

*Set up your profile on the Inclusion Network (Canada’s national Aboriginal online job site) to find a part-time job or your career-of-choice.  Canadian employers who are committed to Indigenous inclusion post and visit this site to find Aboriginal job candidates.  

*Subscribe to the council’s quarterly newsletter -- read Indigenous career success stories, learn how employers are adapting their workplaces to help you succeed, and find out about opportunities that will help you advance your career.

*Follow the Aboriginal Human Resource Council (InclusionWorks) on Twitter.

*"Like” and engage with us on Facebook – stay well informed about issues that matter to you as an Indigenous person and a professional.

*Join our Young Indigenous Professionals group on Facebook and LinkedIn -- a great way to get connected to mentors, jobs, professional development, opportunities and meet Indigenous professionals from across Canada and beyond that share common interests, career challenges and triumphs!

*Check with your school to see if they have a career development practitioner trained in the delivery of our Guiding Circles career development program. The program and its workbooks will help you discover your talents and passions and and build a unique career path toward the dream job of your choice.  

 

Coming Soon...

National Aboriginal VIRTUAL Recruitment Fair -- Fall 2012 (open to ALL Aboriginal people from across Canada).

Inclusion Works ’13 National Aboriginal Recruitment Fair in Saskatoon, SK (application open this fall for Aboriginal post-secondary graduates 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010). 

Read testimonials about the “Inclusion Works '12 National Aboriginal Recruitment Fair” and the “National Aboriginal VIRTUAL Recruitment Fair” 

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