EDMONTON, April 25, 2012 /CNW/ - 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
For further information:
Media are invited to attend Inclusion Works '12 and interview keynote speakers and grads before, during and after the event. Register at the event site (main lobby, The Westin Edmonton) or contact: