IRYD Diversity in Business Workshops Series

June 23, 2021 15:35 PM ET

The Internationl Rwanda Youth for Development is pleased to invite you to attend the Diversity in Business Workshops Series, which will be held virtually in Summer/Fall 2021

The Diversity in Business Workshops Series, intended to teach and educate on financial literacy and business soft skills to English-speaking Black youth from across Quebec and other parts of Canada. The workshop includes presentation mentorship by experienced presenters/mentors from the public and private sectors, including institutions of higher learning. A detailed agenda will be provided once the exact dates for workshops have been decided.

This workshop will be interactive, and we will provide participants the opportunity to voice their opinions and ask questions.

We hope to see you there!

Register here.

Business Workshops SeriesSpeakersGoogle Meet
Workshop 1: Intro to Financial Literacy and Other BasicsMe. Larry Markowitz,
Senior Advisor (Financial Communications and Investor Relations), NATIONAL Public Relations
June 27
3:00PM ET
Workshop 2: Introverts/Ambiverts/Extroverts as LeadersProf. Karl Moore, Faculty of Management,
McGill University
Jul 11
3:00PM ET
Workshop 3: Credit, Credit Score and Financing Business ProjectsAli Chattoo and Julien Sirard, Personal Finance Boss Podcast Co-HostsJul 25
3:00 PM ET
Workshop 4: Is Debt Good or Bad?Mr. Gregory Excellent, CPA, CMA,
Provincial Coordinator, Canadian Foundation for Economic Education
Aug 15
3:00 PM ET
Aug 29
3:00 PM ET
Workshop 5: Managing Money*Mr. Brian Smith, Vice-President,
Canadian Foundation for Economic Education
Sept 12
3:00 PM ET
Sept 26
3:00 PM ET
Workshop 6: Mortgages, Housing FinanceMr. Alexander Finkestein,
RBC Mortgage Specialist

Oct 10
3:00 PM ET
Oct 31
3:00 PM ET
By clicking on any of the dates, you will automatically be redirected to the Google Meet online event.

The International Rwanda Youth for Development РIRYD is supported by the Supporting Black Canadian Communities Initiative, the Government of Canada / Service Canada, Desjardins, the Groupe 3737, the Canadian Race Relations Foundation (CRRF) and Sun Life Financial.