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Immigration 101 for SMEs and Communities in Algoma
An aging workforce and increased demand for employees has meant that employers have to look at new ways to find their workforce for the future. Immigration isn’t new in Algoma, in fact the area has a rich tradition of immigration across the region and across many sectors in the economy. However, there is more complexity and competition in today’s immigration and it can be daunting for employers and communities figure out the process or even where to start.

Join this webinar with Algoma based iCA Immigration as they walk us through the basics of Immigration for employers and communities in Algoma.

Feb 16, 2022 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Jennifer Johnson
Partner @iCA Immigration
Jennifer started her career in youth and employment services and, after completing her Masters in Adult Learning and Global Change, she led the international education office at BC and ON public institutions. In both of these sectors, she observed the need for more support for newcomers and the communities which receive them. In 2019, she opened JJiC (JJ Intercultural Consulting Inc) which provides intercultural training and EDI consulting for organizations with diversifying workforces. In 2020, she launched an immigration firm called iCA (Intercultural Avec Immigration Inc.) in order to provide immigration services to employers and individuals seeking to immigrate to Canada. Jennifer is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant and a Qualified Administrator of the Intercultural Development Inventory.
Olive YH Chang
Partner @iCA Immigration
As an immigrant, Olive experienced first-hand the struggles of integrating into a new culture and difficulties of juggling multiple cultural identities. She is deeply passionate about helping newcomers with their integration and immigration journey. She started her career in ESL education where she noticed a gap that needed filling. While there is ample opportunity and services available to new Canadians, permanent residents, and refugees; international students and temporary workers are left unaided. In 2020, she became a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) and joined Jennifer in launching iCA (Intercultural Avec Immigration Inc.) in order to help individuals and families to not only navigate the complex immigration system in Canada, but also to help them understand cultural differences in order that they may have a smoother integration into their new communities.