TORONTO, Sept. 16, 2013 /CNW/ - Opportunities to travel and work, study or volunteer in more than 100 countries will be on show later this month in Toronto and Montreal, at the Go Global Expo.
Now in its fourth year, the widely-respected Go Global Expo has become Canada's best-attended international opportunities event, showcasing organizations from around the world.
The Toronto expo, which runs September 21-22, will kick off with a thought-provoking keynote address by Dr. Richard Heinzl, founder of the Nobel-Prize-winning humanitarian organization Doctors Without Borders Canada and Medical Director of Ingle International. The Montreal expo on Sept 28 will begin with guest speaker Richard Zereik, also of Médecins Sans Frontières.
Jeff Minthorn, publisher of Verge Magazine and co-founder of the Go Global Expo says, "Interest in opportunities to gain career-related international experience has grown phenomenally since we launched Verge Magazine in 2002. The fact that the Go Global Expos last year attracted a total of more than 10,000 visitors is a strong indication of the importance people are placing on this kind of experience."
The Go Global Expo features free seminars aimed at helping visitors identify, plan and execute their own best-fit international experience.
The event is supported by high-profile sponsors including Ingle International, Habitat for Humanity Canada's Global Village Program, StudentUniverse, SWAP Working Holidays, AIESEC and Rough Guides.
The Go Global Expo runs Sept. 21-22 at the Sheraton Centre Toronto, and Sept. 28 at the Palais des congrès, Montreal.
Event details, exhibitor profiles and a seminar schedule may be found online at www.letsgoglobal.ca.
SOURCE: Go Global Expos
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