Current Projects

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Strategic Plan for 2016-2019 Unveiled 

Based on several community consultations and literature review and analyses, the TCLIP developed its Strategic Plan for 2016 – 2019. Four strategic priorities were identified:

  1. Immigrant Labour Market Integration
  2. Newcomers’ Knowledge of and Access to Community Information and Services
  3. Social Isolation of Tri-Cities’ Newcomers
  4. Civic Engagement of Tri-Cities’ Newcomers

TCLIP has successfully received funding for the implementation of these strategic priorities for 2016- 2019. During the implementation phase, we will continue to emphasize the importance and value of partnerships, collaborations, community engagement and sustainability in our activities. Our annual action plans are guided by the strategic plan and directed by the TCLIP Council and several committees.

See ANNUAL REPORT for more information.

 

Current Projects

The Tri-Cities LIP is pleased to announce the following initiatives for 2019-2020:

Newcomer Employment Week

Newcomer Employment Week returns to the Tri-Cities on November 18- 22.

Newcomers are invited to meet and network with employers and service providers. This year’s theme is on the Importance of Workplace Culture. Learn how workplace culture plays a key role in an organization’s recruitment process.

Start the week at Coquitlam Public Library on November 18 from 10am – 3pm with workshops, employer panels, resume clinics & speed networking with employers.

The rest of the week is dedicated for newcomers to meet employers at Workplace Tours. Jobseekers will be invited to workplaces from a variety of different sectors across the Tri-Cities to meet with employers, learn about the different roles in their organization and their recruitment process.

Save the date in your calendars and visit us for more information at http://tricitieslip.ca/current-projects/newcomer-employment-week/ 

Crossing the Divide: Deepening our Understanding of Diversity in the Tri-Cities

With its growing population, the Tri-Cities is experiencing growth in the diverse needs of its residents. Using an intersectional framework, this forum will explore ways to improve service delivery that meets the diverse needs of residents and to promote meaningful intercultural connections through a deeper understanding of diversity in the Tri-Cities.

December 2, 2019 | 9:00am – 12:30pm | Douglas College David Lam Campus | Coquitlam
February 18, 2020 | 9:00am – 12:30pm | Douglas College David Lam Campus | Coquitlam

*The forum will be offered twice to accommodate representatives from different organizations to participate.

Spaces are limited. Registration will open in October. Stay tuned!