CDC 2019 Exhibitors & Sponsors


THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

Thank you for making a strong statement of support for the career development sector, and helping us build a solid framework of advocacy for the profession.

GOLD SPONSORS


MOSAIC is one of the largest settlement organizations in Canada. Provincially, MOSAIC provides more employment supports and programs than any other immigrant serving organization in B.C. Our expertise in employment services resulted in MOSAIC being the only immigrant serving organization to be awarded multiple contracts to deliver services through the B.C. Government’s WorkBC program.

DIVERSEcity is a community organization based in Surrey that can assist you in making a home in BC. Our experienced team at DIVERSEcity can work with you to identify your goals, determine your settlement needs and help you use your strengths to build a future here in Canada.

Douglas College is the largest public degree-granting college institution in British Columbia, Canada. Close to 17,000 credit students, 8,500 continuing education students and 4,210 international students are enrolled here. Douglas College offers bachelor's degrees and general university arts and science courses, as well as career programs in health care, human services, business and the creative arts.

WCG is honoured to deliver employment and vocational rehabilitation services across Canada. Every day our team helps people reach their employment goals and improve the quality of their lives. We love the work we do and are driven to make a difference in the lives of the people we serve. WCG’s leaders believe in the power of work and it is that belief that drives them to create exceptional work environments within WCG and to deliver truly client-centred services. Learn more about WCG’s leadership team.

ISSofBC is today one of the largest immigrant-serving agencies in Canada, with a national and international reputation in the field of migrant issues and services for immigrants and refugees.

Labour Market Solutions is the parent organization of the Ontario Labour Market Report and the BC Labour Market Report. In this capacity, LMS publishes weekly newsletters, monthly reports and guides such as the Ontario Labour Market Guide and the BC Labour Market Guide.

To provide an all-in-one platform for researching the labour market, in 2018 LMS developed 'Labour Market Online British Columbia'. Work is currently underway to develop a platform for Ontario, due for release in Spring 2019.

​LMS is also responsible for hosting workshops providing an overview of the labour market in British Columbia in January of each year and in Ontario in February. LMS also hosts annual labour market conferences in Toronto and Vancouver. To learn more about both publications, please visit the links below.

BRONZE SPONSOR


Since 1971, we have been making education available to people who are older than the typical university student. We have reached thousands of learners in Metro Vancouver, British Columbia, and the world by offering courses in the evenings, on weekends, and online.

EXHIBITORS


The Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills & Training provides leadership and direction for post-secondary education and skills training systems in British Columbia as well as labour market information and programs.

S.U.C.C.E.S.S., our primary service delivery entity, was founded in 1973 and incorporated in 1974 as a non-partisan and non-profit charitable organization. Initially founded to assist new Canadians of Chinese descent to overcome language and cultural barriers, S.U.C.C.E.S.S. has evolved into a multicultural, multi-service agency assisting people at all stages of their Canadian experience.

Life Strategies offers customized seminars, workshops, courses, and keynotes. Topics include psychometric assessment, work-life balance/sustainability, team strengthening, workplace diversity, career management, and employee development.

CERIC is a charitable organization that advances education and research in career counselling and career development, in order to increase the economic and social well-being of Canadians.

It funds projects to develop innovative resources that build the knowledge and skills of diverse career professionals. CERIC also annually hosts Cannexus, Canada’s largest bilingual career development conference, publishes the country’s only peer-reviewed journal, Canadian Journal of Career Development, and runs the CareerWise / OrientAction websites, providing the top career development news and views.

CERIC’s activities are funded in large part by The Counselling Foundation of Canada, a family foundation that has actively supported career projects for more than 50 years..

We are 4,000 volunteers and staff working together with more than 115,000 people across the Lower Mainland who believe in helping children and families reach their full potential. We are a charity dedicated to strengthening the foundations of community.

We deliver flexible and accessible health and employment services that recognize and celebrate the uniqueness of each individual. Our services are designed to remove barriers that get in the way of work, and maximize an individual’s employment potential. Known for our creative solutions and exceptional results, we ensure the needs of our clients are met, and expectations are exceeded. Back in Motion helps people work, and live happy, healthy lives.

EMBERS, the Eastside Movement for Business and Economic Renewal Society, is a social enterprise and registered community economic development charity located in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. Since 2001, EMBERS has helped thousands of people facing barriers to work lead productive, fulfilling lives by offering economic and employment opportunities – including job placements, training and support.

Our FREE employment services include:

  • Career planning
  • Job search workshops
  • One-to-one resume and career advising
  • Interview practice
  • Paid short and long-term training
  • Employer connections and wage subsidies
  • Self-employment training
  • Access to computers, internet, phone, fax, photocopying

WorkBC is the provincial government's access point to the world of work in British Columbia. It was created with one key goal – to help all British Columbians to successfully navigate B.C.’s labour market.

WorkBC helps people find jobs, explore career options and improve their skills. We also help employers fill jobs, find the right talent and grow their businesses.

Other people who regularly use WorkBC products and services include parents, teachers, career and employment counsellors, human resources professionals, researchers and decision-makers.

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Exhibitors can enhance their presence at CDC 2019 by subscribing to one of the available sponsorship options;

GOLD SPONSORSHIP (Available with exhibitor registration)

  • Full page advertising and editorial feature in conference brochure
  • Special acknowledgement on BCCDA website and on our social media platforms
  • Three credits for advertising, promotions of your choice on BCCDA platforms (social media, newsletter, website) valid for one year from the conference
  • Verbal acknowledgement before each of the keynote presentations
  • Two to three minutes company presentation before the Awards ceremony (presented by your representative)

Cost - $650 + tax

SILVER SPONSORSHIP (Available with exhibitor registration)

  • 1/2 page advertising in conference brochure
  • Silver sponsor acknowledgement on BCCDA website and our social media platforms
  • Two credits for advertising, promotions of your choice on BCCDA platforms (social media, newsletter, website) valid for one year from the conference
  • Verbal acknowledgement before each of the keynote presentations
  • Two to three minutes company presentation before the Awards ceremony (presented by your representative)

Cost - $450+tax

BRONZE SPONSORSHIP (Available with exhibitor registration)

  • Quarter page advertising in conference brochure
  • Bronze sponsor acknowledgement on BCCDA website and our social media platforms
  • One credits for advertising, promotions of your choice on BCCDA platforms (social media, newsletter, website) valid for one year from the conference
  • Verbal acknowledgement before each of the keynote presentations
  • Two to three minutes company presentation before the Awards ceremony (presented by your representative)

Cost - $350+tax

WORKSHOP SPONSORSHIP (Available independent of exhibitor package)

This option is for those who would like to have a cost effective presence during the CDC 2019. You can now become a workshop sponsor. Your name is going to be acknowledged in a conference program page (one the website, as well as in printed brochure) and mentioned before the workshops.

Cost - $250+tax