- Before You Arrive
- About Peel Region
When people exchange information and form relationships to help each other get ahead, it's called "networking." Networking is the act of communicating effectively with other people who can help you in all aspects of your life - career, business or personal. The main purpose of networking is to give and receive information. It involves asking people for advice and key information to help you reach your goals.
Another effective way to expand your network is to join professional associations, volunteer your time and attend free workshops, classes or seminars in the community.
Professional Immigrants Networks (PINs) is a good resource to help you find connections in your field to achieve your employment goals.
The key is to contact as many people as possible to share your goals and objectives. It is equally important to listen to their needs and provide referrals when possible.