*All presenters for IPC 2022 have been confirmed and applications are now closed. Thank you for your interest. We look forward to receiving your application next year.
insights, and knowledge with immigrant professionals?
If yes, we’d like to partner with you!
Since 2010, MOSAIC has continuously presented the annual Immigrant Professionals Conference (IPC) and has consistently received positive reviews and feedback from delegates, exhibitors and sponsors alike.
Last year, albeit virtual, MOSAIC’s IPC registered the highest numbers of 563 delegates from 26 countries. IPC provides professional immigrants with the opportunity to further their professional development via presentations of inspiring leaders in the industry, active participation in plenary, breakout sessions and panel discussions, networking opportunities and exposure to sponsors and other exhibitors.
The IPC objective is to provide guidance, encouragement and inspiration to newcomer professionals who will benefit from being exposed to experts and leaders in their respective fields, trends in the current labour market, and learning strategies and skills they can employ towards their own career advancement.
The 2022 theme is “Unleash Your Professional Potential”
Recommend topics for the conference that will address the needs and interests of our target audience, with emphasis on the main theme – Unleash Your Professional Potential.
Insightful and inspiring Sessions with a maximum of 45 minutes. Perhaps 30-35 minutes for the main session and 10-15 minutes for Q&A. Multi-media presentations are accepted (PowerPoint, Prezi, Video Playback with Audio, etc.). A laptop with a wireless clicker will be on hand for your presentations, but we would request that you let us know ahead of time should you require any specific equipment.
MOSAIC is one of Canada’s largest settlement and employment organizations made up of deeply committed people who support newcomers with diverse backgrounds. For over 45 years, MOSAIC has been a community leader committed to the economic, social and cultural development of Canada. Through its expertise, client-centered approach and passion, MOSAIC identifies, resolves and advocates on issues empowering newcomers to fully participate in Canadian society.
MOSAIC is proud to be the only immigrant serving organization to hold multiple WorkBC Contracts and operate WorkBC centres in Vancouver Northeast, Delta, Ladner, South Surrey – White Rock, and Surrey Cloverdale. These Centres provide employment services to all unemployed British Columbians who are seeking employment and legally eligible to work in BC.