Attention: Aboriginal Business Students

April 8, 2010

I’m not sure how many there are of you out there, but I need to tell you about an opportunity that came my way this year.

Two nights ago, I received an email congratulating me on being selected to attend Inclusion Works ’10.


I am ecstatic!

Inclusion Work’s is a recruitment fair for Aboriginal business students who are in their graduating year. Every year, the fair is in a different Canadian city.

This year’s city of choice: Toronto.

The recruitment fair provides students with networking opportunities with several Canadian organizations looking for new grads. Beyond networking, each day students attend workshops including: interview techniques, dress for success, resume reviews, and other courses to prepare for the workforce.

Prospective employers pay a registration fee in order to attend the fair. This registration fee includes paid accomodations, flight, meals and even a business suit for each student selected to attend.

I heard about this great opportunity through the Aboriginal Centre at Grant MacEwan. (Located in room 7-158)

A classmate and I applied in October and now we leave for Toronto April 25 – 29, 2010. For those of you graduating in 2011, keep checking the Inclusion Works website for information on next years conference.

There are an array of opportunities for Aboriginal students. Unfortunately, many of them go to waste. Get out there and apply, apply,apply! What’s the worst that can happen?

For more information on opportunities for Aboriginal students visit the MacEwan Aboriginal Education Centre.

Later Gators,


BizNewz4u Team


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