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The 35th Montreal Job and Training Fair in Montreal 2010

The 35th Montreal Job and Training Fair will be held on October 6 and 7 at the Palais de Congrès de Montréal.  Doors open at 10:00 am, and entry is free. The biggest event of its kind in Quebec, the fair will host over a hundred businesses looking for committed and skilled workers. The Montreal Job and Training Fair is the top choice for workers seeking jobs or training.

The Job and Training Fair is expanding and will be held for the first time in Laval on October 1 and 2 in the Antoine-Labelle Hall at the Récréathèque. The event will take place twice a year, in spring and in fall.

Major exhibitors!

At the Montreal Job and Training Fair, the important thing is to know what you’re looking for. Not only will you find jobs, specialized / continuing education solutions, as well as job-seeking services are also on offer. Employment professionals will be there to answer your questions.

Exhibitors include major companies, such as:

Centre Jeunesse de Montréal - Institut Universitaire, Montreal University Health Center (CHUM), Collège April-Fortier, Canadian Corps of Commissionaires Montreal, École de Technologie Supérieur (ETS), Dumoulin Group, Robert Group, Hôpital du Sacré Cœur de Montréal, McDonald's Restaurants of Canada Limited, McGill University, Centre for Continuing Education, Métro Richelieu Inc., Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, Saputo Dairy Products Canada GP, BBM Canada, TD Assurance, Vidéotron Ltée, and YES MONTREAL.

New: Major representatives from the health sector (www.santemontreal.com)

Representatives of the Montreal Health and Social Services Agency (ASSSM) will be at the fair to present its Montreal network and to promote its recruitment website www.santemontreal.com.  They will be happy to answer any of your questions.

Emploi-Québec will help you find a job! (www.emploiquebec.net)

Looking for a job?  Emploi-Québec from the Île-de-Montréal and Montérégie regions will be at the fair to share their many services with you, such as Online Placement and Job Market Information Online.
Organizers will be on hand to guide you in your job search.  You will also have access to computers and information.  You’ll find them at booths 425 and 524.

SAJE is celebrating its 25th anniversary! (www.sajeenaffaires.org)

SAJE has been helping businesses grow for 25 years, contributing to the development and success of up and coming Montreal entrepreneurs by providing consulting, coaching and training, as well as specially designed tools to aid them every step of the way as their business evolves.  Over the course of 25 years, SAJE has helped more than 25,000 entrepreneurs.

They include fashion designer Dubuc; fur recycling company Harricana, by Mariouche Gagné; Jean-François Plante, food writer, author and chef-owner of the L’Aromate bistros; and Chocolats Grandbois, by chocolatier Geneviève Grandbois.

Their results and accomplishments prove SAJE’s leadership abilities when it comes to helping entrepreneurs.

Come listen to successful author and speaker Richard Aubé

A passionate man with a contagious sense of humor, Richard is known for his communication and leadership skills.  A doctor in neurolinguistics, he tours North America to inspire others to break out of their collective conformity and to rediscover their dreams and passions, and find contentment in their personal and professional lives.  Over the past 20 years, he has developed a theory on the behavior of happy and successful people.  Through his travels, his philosophical outlook and his unique style, Richard hopes to contribute to society’s well-being and to each individual’s accomplishments.  Like he says, “Living means achieving self realization by allowing yourself to unfold.”  Come see his speech “Oser, c’est grandir!” on October 6 and 7 at 12:00 pm.

What would you want to accomplish or become if you dared to give yourself permission?  Participants will discover tools that allow them to overcome their fears, worries and doubts to reach their full potential.
His best-selling book, “Sortez de vos pantoufiles en béton” [Kick Off Your Cement Slippers] is published by Éditions Quebecor.






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