Reach Out

One of the ways the PINs program builds the capacity of professional immigrant association is by raising awareness. We do this by:

  • Promoting PINs associations to immigrants, prospective immigrants, employers and key stakeholders through our outreach activities including immigrant fairs, speaking engagements and other related conferences
  • Encouraging immigrants to connect with PINs associations to help build their professional networks as part of their job search strategy
  • Engaging employers to connect with immigrant talent through the associations

Learn more about the PINs program in our:

Interested to see what organizations are part of the PINs program? Check out our PINs Directory.

Find out more about how we continue to raise awareness about our PINs associations and the PINs program. 
Meet the Association of Filipino Canadian Accountants
July 21, 2015
Association of Filipino Canadian Accountants (AFCA)   These videos produced by Prepare for Canada features four associations from the PINs community: Association of Filipino Canadian...
On the agenda for immigrant employment: Online Networking
July 07, 2015
Networking can be a vital part of your job search, connecting you to opportunities that would otherwise be hidden. But the rise in online networking sites such as LinkedIn has changed how we go about...
PINs 101: Build your connections with Professional Immigrant Networks
June 12, 2015
How does the Professional Immigrants Networks (PINs) program work? This video will answer your questions about the program and how you can sign up to be a member. Also hear from Dr. Syed Jaffrey,...
PINs Leaders Advice to Immigrants (video)
June 04, 2015
A good way for newcomers to find meaningful employment in Canada is to become a member of a Professional Immigrants Networks (PINs) association. Watch this video to get some useful tips from PINs...
Meet our PINs Association leaders (video)
May 06, 2015
On March 7, 2015, TRIEC brought together leaders from professional immigrant networks to celebrate what they have achieved together through the Professional Immigrant Networks (PINs) program and...
Leave this world a little better than you found it
May 06, 2015
The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) Canada is a long-standing member of the Professional Immigrant Networks (PINs) program. We spoke to CIMA Canada’s PINs leader, Amal Ratnayake...
It is more blessed to give than to receive
May 06, 2015
M-Bridge Culture Integration Society for Professionals is a proud PINs association run by internationally educated professionals (IEPs). M-Bridge’s PINs leader, Sophie Duan talks about her experience...
PINs Association LAMBA celebrates 4th anniversary
April 24, 2015
In the last couple of years, the advent of digital technology has led to critical changes in payments solutions. Aware of the opportunities and challenges that this trend brings to the traditional...
PINs Workshop: Knowing your members
April 17, 2015
On December 3, 2014, Ben Hum of the North American Association of Asian Professionals (NAAAP) spoke to our PINs leaders and partners about membership management and best practices. The event was...

PINs leaders' advice for newcomers