RBC: 2SLGBTQI + Inclusive Recruitment Job Fair | June 28

| June 8, 2021 (LIVE)
Submitted by Lisa Keenan for CPD
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Got Pride? Do you self-identify as 2SLGBTQI+? Do you like to network? Are you looking to join an inclusive culture where you can be your true authentic self?

The RBC Inclusive Recruitment Team is partnering with 2SLGBTQI+ leaders, hiring managers and our PRIDE Employee Resource Group to host our “First of Kind” Pumping Up the Pride 2SLGBTQI+ Inclusive Recruitment Job Fair and Networking Signature Career Event!

Who is invited:

Students (Coop and Non-Coop) who self-identify as 2SLGBTQI+ and are looking for future opportunities to work at RBC and want to learn more about RBC and our 2SLGBTQI+ community and culture.

About the event:

  • This “First of a Kind” signature career event will be an opportunity to come out listen, learn and celebrate all things PRIDE with the RBC team for an evening including:
  • Pumping Up the Pride @RBC Employee Panel
  • PRIDE Kahoot Game with interactive 2SLGBTQI+ fun facts and questions with some really cool prizes from 2SLGBTQI+ small and medium businesses
  • Opportunity to Network and learn about potential job opportunities to join the RBC team

Event details:

  • Mon, June 28
  • 5 – 7 p.m. (EDT)

Register today. Virtual seats are limited!

 

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