Events for April 7, 2022 – Digital Nova Scotia – Leading Digital Industry

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Women in Tech Hiring Fair April 2022

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Join us at our popular speed-interviewing event designed to feature our talented women tech talent. You'll talk to 120+ pre-vetted candidates with diverse backgrounds and skills, who have 4+ years of experience and verified English language skills. Register today and start building your diverse tech team. Companies looking to hire can speed interview candidates with the following skills: JavaScript Ruby on Rails Mobile QA Python Java Why Work With Us Hire Fast - Fill multiple roles from a single event and cut down your hiring lead times We’ll Do the Hard Work - We pre-screen and pre-vet every candidate you talk to Meet Your Hiring Needs - Every hiring event has a specialty focus - such as specific developer skills, women in tech, diversity

The Atlantic Security Conference (AtlSecCon)

Halifax Convention Centre 1650 Argyle St, Halifax

The Atlantic Security Conference (AtlSecCon) is a non-profit, annual, information security conference located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Established in 2011, our goal is to provide quality information security education and training at an affordable cost.

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True North Free Trade Forum 2022

Online

The Ontario Government, in partnership with Canadian provinces and territories, is proud to host the True North Free Trade Forum, a unique virtual opportunity where companies and attendees will exchange ideas and explore new business opportunities in interprovincial trade. Aimed at strengthening business ties across Canada to support economic recovery, the virtual True North Free Trade Forum 2022 will look at the challenges and opportunities presented by COVID-19, as well as how increasing pan-Canadian trade could add up to $84 billion to Canada’s GDP.

QueerTech Qareers Virtual Fair

Online

Are You Looking for Your Next Job? - Don’t Miss The Next QueerTech Qareers Virtual Fair! Working For The Future: Preparing Our Community For Tomorrow's Jobs! As we look at the future of work and technology, we know that talent and skills will always be at the center of building the best companies. Get prepared for the jobs of tomorrow starting TODAY by joining us at the next edition of the QueerTech Qareers Virtual Fair. On Thursday, April 7th (11:30-18:00 Eastern) and Friday, April 8th (11:30-17:00 Eastern), we will connect you with amazing tech employers from across Canada already building the best teams for tomorrow. Join us for great conversations about the future of work, workshops hosted by hiring companies, and some great networking. Bring your authentic self and help us queer the tech ecosystem! Hiring companies include: RBC, Chrome, Loopio, Rogers), OroHealth, OSEDEA, Transit.app

Exploring opportunities in rural communities

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The urban-rural divide in Canada describes disadvantages for rural communities in terms of economic growth, population density, income distribution, career opportunities, quality of life, etc. Yet while the global pandemic resulted in unprecedented job loss in 2020, rural areas have seen the fastest overall employment recovery. Furthermore, while only 18% of the current population in Canada lives in rural areas, research conducted by Brookfield Institute for Innovation + Entrepreneurship predicts that rural areas will achieve rapid population growth in the coming years. As a result of COVID-19, employee and job seeker’s preferences are changing and Canadian’s are choosing greener spaces over big cities. This will foster rural communities with more diversity and lead to greater employment and training opportunities for the future of work. Join leaders as they share their personal and organizational experiences and learnings on how organizations and job seekers can identify and explore opportunities to build meaningful careers and work in rural communities: Tara Mascarenhas, Director of Programs, SOI Foundation To be Announced To be Announced Introduced by Luke Nixon-Janssen, Director, Marketing & Business Development, Magnet and moderated by Chantal Brine, CEO, EnPoint, we invite you to the next installment of the Building Future Ready Communities: Virtual […]