EDMONTON, April 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ - Inclusion Works '12, a national event hosting employers and 75 post-secondary aboriginal grads from across Canada, is set to be a catalyst for partnerships that advance social and economic inclusion across the nation, with outcomes that result in jobs for aboriginal people, business development opportunities for aboriginal and non-aboriginal organizations, and solutions that increase inclusion in workplaces.
|What:||Fourth annual Inclusion Works '12: U and iSharing Solutions (recruitment fair, Aboriginal grad skill build and management learning) is Canada's biggest indigenous inclusion event|
|When:||May 1 - 3, 2012|
|Where:||The Westin Edmonton, 10135-100 Street, Edmonton, AB|
|Hosts:||Aboriginal Human Resource Council and its corporate Leadership Circle partners (providing leadership in Indigenous Workplace Inclusion)|
- Wab Kinew (Bio), CBC Broadcaster and host of CBC's The 8th Fire - Playing with Fire
- John Ibbitson (Bio), The Globe and Mail's Ottawa Bureau Chief - Influencing Change
- Kelly J. Lendsay (Bio), President and CEO, Aboriginal Human Resource Council - Inclusion Smoke Signals
- Mayor Stephen Mandel (Bio), City of Edmonton - Inclusion at Work in the City
- Shel Holtz, ABC, (Bio), Principal, Holtz Communications + Technology - Social Media as an Inclusion Strategy
- Dr. Martin Brokenleg (Bio), Author and Researcher - The Circle of Courage in which ALL young people can grow and flourish.
- Inclusion Works '12 program download the pdf)
- Videos: Inclusion Works grad video (Kelly Fisher) & Inclusion Works '11 video recap
SOURCE Aboriginal Human Resource Council