Saturday, 26 April 2008



by Sandra Manzanilla - Industrial Engineer (Mexico)

The seminar was highly useful and informative. The members from PEO Scarborough Chapter were cordial, professional and well organized in providing information, and explained the benefits of a PEO licence, the licencing requirements and the application process.

I found the additional information and examples on how to prepare a resume and covering letter very useful.

I believe engineers trained abroad greatly benefit from these information sessions, since they give them a better idea of the licencing process and other important tips that cannot be found on the PEO web site.

I would like to thanks the organizers for their valuable time and efforts on this seminar.


by Lipika Saha

Thank you very much for Ms. Mahalingam's excellent presentation. It was really informative to attend the meeting. I think we all learnt a lot on “how to present” ourselves during interview.

We would really like to know more about govt. jobs, what is the requirement, how to apply, etc.

In short, it was a great presentation and a great meeting. It was very nice to meet professionals like you and others. I would appreciate any further knowledge and information you provide me.



When 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Where Neighborhood Link Support services boardroom, 3032 Danforth Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, M4C 1N2
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Registration Ranee Mahalingam, P.Eng.
First come first served. Priority will be given to Scarborough Chapter members, then other PEO members, guests and friends.
Cost Sponsored by Scarborough Chapter and Neighborhood Link Support services.

Admission: Free.

Light refreshments and snacks will be served.

This seminar will explain the benefits of a PEO licence and the licencing process with a focus towards foreign trained engineering graduates and EITs. PEO Scarborough Chapter has organized this event in collaboration with a community organization called Neighborhood Link Support Services that provides support for new immigrants.

Please pass this information to your family and friends who have recently immigrated to Canada and are interested in learning how to obtain their Professional Engineering license. The facility accommodates a maximum of 50 people, so register early.