Alberta Association of
Immigrant Serving Agencies

Supporting Alberta’s settlement and integration sector since 1980.

Please note that AAISA’s office is currently closed due to COVID-19 and staff are working remotely. Staff will be checking their emails regularly, but not voicemails. If you don’t know the email address of the staff member you’d like to get in touch with, please email

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AAISA Annual General Meeting

Please join the Alberta Association of Immigrant Serving Agencies for our 2020 Annual General Meeting, happening Thursday July 16th, 4pm – 6pm via an online webinar platform.
More detailed information on remote attendance at the meeting and reading materials (Annual Report; Audited Financial Statements) will be provided closer to the AGM date.
While our AGM is open to anyone, please note that only Regular & Associate member agencies in good standing will be allowed to vote (one representative per agency). To be a member or member association/organization in good standing, your AAISA membership fee must be paid and Terms of Engagement for AAISA Members form must be signed prior to the AGM every year. All members in good standing have a vote at the AGM and are eligible to be elected to the Board of Directors.

Please note: Members will also be asked at the meeting to approve by Special Resolution a Motion to amend the By-Laws of the Society as provided for in the materials included with this Notice.

Please RSVP by end of day July 9th  2020.

When: Thursday July 16, 2020 | 4PM – 6PM MST
Where: Online

IEPs & The Labour Market

Every Monday from July 13, 2020 – December 21, 2020, 1PM – 2:30PM MST.

Do you help Internationally Educated Professionals (IEPs) find employment in Alberta? If so, these free online drop-in sessions are for you!

These drop-in sessions will explore how job search counsellors can help IEPs tackle the labour market and identify their specializations and accomplishments.

In each of these sessions, participants will be presented with a case study and then split into groups. They will be asked to discuss and consider some questions, such as: What is the main obstacle this IEP is facing? What job search strategy would you recommend to this IEP? What changes would you recommend they make to their resume? The groups will then be asked to presented their findings and discuss ideas and strategies with the greater group.

This ongoing series will cover a wide range of professions, and each session will feature a different case study. While we recommend attending all sessions, it is not mandatory to do so. Participants may pick and choose which sessions they would like to register for.

A recording from last week’s session can be found here.

Important note:

The next session is on Monday, August 17th, 2020 at 1:00 PM MDT.

Please view the following videos Prior to the session.