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  • 2023-10-04 9:00 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Revolutionizing Canadian Roads: Electric Cars and Sustainability in 5 Years

    Sustainability is a concept in constant evolution, and one of the sectors where its impact is most evident is the automotive industry. In Canada, the adoption of electric cars has been steadily increasing, and in the next five years, this trend is expected to accelerate even further. In this article, we will explore how sustainability and electric cars are shaping the future of mobility in Canada in the short term.

    Electric cars have gained ground in Canada in recent years, partly due to a heightened focus on sustainability and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Canadian consumers are increasingly concerned about the environment and seek cleaner alternatives for their daily commutes. So far, electric car sales in Canada have been steadily on the rise, and this trend is expected to continue in the coming years. In five years, based on projections regarding the increase in electric cars in Canada, the market share in Canada is projected to increase significantly, surpassing 10% of total new vehicle sales.

    The Canadian government is committed to promoting sustainable mobility and has implemented a range of incentives to encourage the adoption of electric cars. These incentives include purchase price discounts, tax exemptions, and grants for installing charging stations in homes and public places. Canada has set ambitious goals to accelerate the transition to electric vehicles. The Canadian government has expressed its aim for one in five vehicles sold in the country to be electric by 2026. This initiative reflects the country's commitment to sustainability and reducing carbon emissions in the transportation sector. With this goal in mind, Canada is implementing policies and programs to support the adoption of electric cars, which could position the country as a global leader in sustainable mobility in the coming years.

    However, it is essential to note that although electric cars offer benefits in terms of emissions and ongoing use, the production of their batteries and components can have specific significant environmental impacts. The extraction and processing of materials such as lithium, cobalt, and nickel, which are used in electric car batteries, can have negative environmental consequences, such as soil degradation and water pollution in extraction areas. Additionally, battery manufacturing requires a considerable amount of energy and can generate emissions during the production process. Nevertheless, it is crucial to highlight that these concerns are being addressed by the industry, with a growing focus on improving production efficiency and adopting more sustainable practices as technology advances. Ultimately, despite these challenges in production, electric cars remain a more environmentally friendly option in the long term when considering their entire lifecycle compared to internal combustion engine vehicles.

    On the other hand, despite efforts to promote the adoption of electric vehicles in Canada, significant challenges continue to hinder the transition to a more sustainable automobile fleet. One key obstacle is the additional cost of purchasing an electric vehicle compared to traditional internal combustion engine models. While government incentives seek to mitigate this disparity, the higher initial price can still be a barrier for many consumers. Furthermore, the limited availability of electric charging stations in some regions of the country presents challenges regarding convenience and autonomy, which can raise doubts among those considering the switch to electric mobility. Overcoming these obstacles will be essential to achieving Canada's ambitious electric vehicle adoption targets by 2026.

    Another notable challenge electric car drivers in Canada face, significantly during winter, is reduced vehicle range. Cold temperatures can adversely affect battery performance, reducing the distance an electric car can travel on a single charge. The need to heat the car's interior and defrost windows also contributes to additional energy consumption. This winter range issue has prompted manufacturers to develop more advanced thermal management technologies and offer solutions such as heated seats to ensure electric car owners can confidently face the Canadian winter.

    In the next five years, we can expect significant improvements in charging infrastructure across Canada. This will make it easier for more people to transition to electric cars, as they will be confident that they can conveniently and quickly charge their vehicles anywhere in the country. Furthermore, Canada is working on expanding its clean energy generation capacity, meaning that the electricity used to charge electric cars will become increasingly sustainable. Hydroelectric, solar, and wind energy will be crucial in transitioning toward more sustainable mobility. In summary, the next five years promise an exciting landscape for sustainability and electric cars in Canada. The widespread adoption of electric cars will help reduce air pollution and decrease the country's carbon footprint, making investing in electric cars a safe bet for Canada's future.

    By Daniel Faura

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  • 2023-10-04 9:00 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Navigating the Sustainable Skies: Transforming Aviation and Airports for a Greener Tomorrow

    Based on my roughly six-month tenure at Lufthansa, the aviation industry is at a critical juncture where sustainability is no longer a choice but a necessity. With the increasing need to reduce carbon emissions and confront climate change head-on, the aviation industry is preparing for its next major evolution. A single long-distance flight can generate more carbon emissions in a few hours than the average person in 56 countries does in a year. In this article, we will discuss the significance of sustainable aviation fuels (SAFs) and emphasize key metrics that demonstrate their central role in shaping the future of aviation. In addition, we will investigate how airports are becoming concentrates for sustainable aviation fuel.

    Increased scrutiny is being placed on the aviation industry for its contribution to total CO2 emissions. Sustainable aviation fuels (SAFs) have emerged as an effective answer to this problem (IATA, n.d.). SAFs, which are derived from renewable resources such as biomass, algae, or carbon capture technologies, can reduce greenhouse gas emissions by up to 80% compared to conventional aviation fuels. In contrast to fossil fuels, which contribute to global CO2 emissions, SAF recycles the CO2 absorbed by the biomass used as feedstock throughout its existence (Shine, 2023).

    Despite their potential, SAFs face several obstacles, including scalability and cost of production. Bio-based fuels currently account for less than 0.1% of total aviation fuel consumption. Many question why SAFs are not utilized more frequently. The answer resides in the need for a global commitment in the first place. However, there are several obstacles, including the expensive nature of new technologies and production methods. Another barrier is the dearth of waste-based feedstock.

    Boosting SAF production is essential. The aviation industry must invest in research and development, infrastructure, and production capacity to make SAFs accessible and affordable. Governments and aviation industry stakeholders play a crucial role in encouraging SAF adoption through favorable policies and regulations to make SAFs more accessible and cost-effective, paving the way for their eventual widespread adoption. Countries like Canada have moved in the right direction through initiatives like the Canadian Council for Sustainable Aviation Fuels (C-SAF) (Lorrain, 2022). However, a coordinated global effort is required to make SAFs the norm in the aviation industry.

    Additionally, airports are transforming into sustainable aviation centers (World Economic Forum , 2023). These centers contribute substantially to carbon emissions and require substantial investment to reduce their environmental impact. The "Airports of Tomorrow" are designed with eco-friendly infrastructure, including electric ground support equipment, energy-efficient terminals, and sustainable energy sources. Critical metrics include the extent of these investments and the availability of SAFs at airports, which is pivotal in fostering their adoption.

    It is essential for industry-wide adoption that SAFs and sustainable airport infrastructure are economically viable. We can contribute to this transformation as travelers. Consider which airport to land at and which airline to select for your upcoming vacation. Choose destinations that prioritize sustainability and airlines that actively support SAFs and environmentally friendly airport infrastructure. Keep in mind that we are all part of the pollution chain and that reducing our impact is a shared responsibility. We can collectively propel the aviation industry toward a greener, more sustainable future by making conscientious decisions.

    By Kiomi Kunigami 

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  • 2023-10-04 9:00 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Blockchain for sustainability

    Blockchain technology has the potential to revolutionize sustainability efforts across various industries. By providing a transparent, decentralized, and immutable ledger, blockchain can enhance supply chain traceability, ensure fair trade practices, and drive more sustainable business practices. Latin America shows great potential in planning and developing blockchain solutions for multiple use cases.

    For instance, in the fashion industry, blockchain can enable consumers to track the entire lifecycle of a garment, from raw materials sourcing to production processes, thereby promoting ethical and sustainable fashion choices. In the energy sector, blockchain can facilitate peer-to-peer energy trading, enabling individuals and communities to generate, consume, and sell renewable energy, fostering a decentralized and sustainable energy system. 

    There are currently a few projects in development in Latin America, for example, FAO, through the +Cotton Project, is already implementing the UNECE-UN/CEFACT standard and methodology in Latin America, working with Costach Cooperative, which groups more than 5,200 farming families and is providing 10 tonnes of sustainable cotton production for a blockchain pilot, to increase traceability and transparency of the fiber production processes, woven yarn and garment manufacturing, with an end objective to trace the cotton fibre from field to shelf

    In addition, Nestlé will use blockchain to increase traceability for milk sourced in New Zealand before expanding the technology to Latin America for palm oil, whereas Cabify is reinforcing its environmental commitment by applying blockchain technology to the emissions offset project and expanding its initiatives to new countries.  The company is already working on the integration of the API (Application Programming Interface) developed by Climate Trade, with which the carbon footprint per trip of users and companies who travel with the application can be tracked. This allows users to see in real time the footprint that is created during their trip, and Cabify compensates for this and transparently promotes the acquisition of carbon-neutral services.

    New reports shed light on the potential blockchain holds for climate mitigation solutions and illustrate a road map to accelerate the clean energy, low-carbon transition, and climate change mitigation through blockchain technology, providing a framework for linking climate financing with climate accounting.

    Overall, blockchain holds immense promise in promoting transparency, trust, and accountability, which are vital for building a more sustainable future, especially in emerging countries in Latin America.


  • 2023-10-04 9:00 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Citlalli Rios, Director of Alliances

    I'm Citlalli. I'm proudly Mexican-Canadian; I landed in Canada with a bachelor's and a master's degree and over ten years of experience in a middle management position.

    Since arriving in Canada, I have participated in several volunteering projects. With Hispanotech, it started with me being a mentee and volunteer, then became a mentor. I finally decided to take on a board member position, leading the Membership Committee and, later on, the Alliances Committee. 

    My journey has had its ups and downs. It took me some years to get to a salary and seniority level that were aligned with my experience. It has also involved lots of learning and adapting to new realities. I feel proud of my journey and grateful to everyone who has supported my integration. 

    For newcomers, finding a job in their field or seniority level is especially tough, primarily due to the hassle of building new local professional networks. That's what networking is all about! Other reasons are employers not recognizing international experience and education credentials, lack of transparency or access to vacant positions, contradicting or confusing information, cultural fit and unconscious biases, to name a few. On top of the added stress of caring for their family, multiple administrative errands to secure a home, car, health insurance, school, and even wayfinding are overwhelming in a new country. 

    Cornered, newcomers grapple with finding "survival jobs" to comply with the Canadian experience (archaic) requirements. Hispanotech is essential in assisting new Canadians in the challenging integration into the Canadian labour markets. We also help professionals already working in their field who want to advance their careers navigating the Canadian corporate culture. 

    We do so by organizing networking events, providing learning and development opportunities, and showcasing our member's achievements with the occasional social gathering. We also offer ongoing volunteering opportunities, which can become a first referral to the most committed volunteers when applying for jobs.

    Hispanotech also facilitates a structured mentorship program that pairs up experienced individuals with newcomers who need help integrating into the job market, transitioning into a new position, or advancing their careers. I've had the opportunity to mentor three brilliant, talented, kind and resourceful professionals through this program so far.

    Our membership comprises experienced professionals willing to give back and help new immigrants navigate the intricacies of the Canadian job market. Everyone learns in the process. I see our association's positive impact on our members and the community. It is a challenging task, balancing our volunteering efforts with personal and professional priorities, but it's worth it.

    As a Director of Alliances, I've effectively connected several dots with stakeholders that have helped us build bridges and find new, meaningful collaborations. I'm a lifelong learner, constantly identifying new ways to leverage our current partnerships and innovative ways to reach potential partners. I always consider what our members need at the different stages of their immigrant pathway.

    What else can we do then? The first step in solving any problem is identifying and being aware. The Canadian government, employers and several social advocacy groups know these issues. Many associations are avidly working towards achieving a truly diverse and inclusive job market where everyone can thrive regardless of age, gender, nationality or personality type. Hispanotech is doing its part in closing several of these gaps. We partner with other associations to cross-promote events and benefits. We also work closely with multiple corporate Latin ERGs and maintain contact with all Latin American Consulates and several bridging programs to know of new collaborations and perks we can offer our members.

    A final message: be curious, adaptable and take care of your health, including your mental health. Connect with intentionality and understand your strengths and limitations. At Hispanotech, we are there for you. There are plenty of ways to get the support you need to overcome your professional challenges.

    About Hispanotech and the author

    Federally incorporated in 2008, Hispanotech is a 100%-volunteer-led and run not-for-profit corporation that aims to help Latin American professionals integrate and advance their careers in Canada.

    Our programs and activities target Latin American STEM professionals; however, everybody is welcome to join. Please become a member, volunteer with us, and connect with us on LinkedIn.

    Citlalli is passionate about diversity, equity, women empowerment, and sustainability. In her current role at eCampusOntario, Citlalli is promoting digital transformation for businesses in Ontario through innovation and collaboration. In addition, she loves networking, mentoring, and supporting the Latino community in Canada through Hispanotech as their Director for Alliances and a few other associations.

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  • 2023-06-29 9:00 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    In this edition, we want to address an important and pressing topic: how we can help women advance in their careers in the technology sector. While we have made significant strides in gender equality in recent years, there are still persistent challenges that we must overcome together.

    If you are a woman in Ontario looking to pursue a career in the tech sector, consider exploring mentorship programs available in your area. These programs can provide invaluable support, guidance, and connections to accelerate professional growth.

    One of the most effective approaches to driving women’s growth and professional success in technology is through mentorship programs. These programs provide a safe and supportive space where women can connect with experienced mentors in the tech field, gain valuable advice, receive professional guidance, and expand their network.

    Here are some reasons why mentorship programs are incredibly impactful:

    Skill Enhancement: Mentors can provide technical guidance and help mentees enhance their skills in specific technology areas. Whether coding, data analysis, or project management, mentors can offer valuable feedback, recommend learning resources, and provide real-world insights.

    Inspiration and Role Models: Mentors can share their personal experiences and challenges, providing inspiration and serving as role models for aspiring women in tech. Having someone to look up to and emulate can significantly boost confidence and motivation.

    Guidance on Career Development: Mentorship programs offer women valuable advice on career development, helping them set goals, identify growth opportunities, and navigate the challenges they may face in the tech industry. Mentors can share insights, strategies, and best practices based on their experiences.

    Networking Opportunities: Building a solid professional network is crucial for career advancement. Mentorship programs facilitate connections with industry professionals, opening doors to new opportunities, collaborations, and potential job prospects. Mentors can introduce mentees to influential contacts and help them expand their circle of influence.

    Building Confidence: Many women in tech may face imposter syndrome or self-doubt. Mentors play a vital role in boosting their mentees' confidence, helping them recognize their strengths and overcome challenges. By providing constructive feedback and encouragement, mentors can empower women to take on new responsibilities and pursue leadership positions.

    Overcoming Bias and Stereotypes: Mentorship programs help challenge gender bias and break stereotypes prevalent in the tech industry. By pairing women with mentors who champion diversity and inclusion, these programs foster an environment of equal opportunities and create a supportive culture.

    In Ontario, various organizations and initiatives actively promote mentorship programs tailored to women in technology: Launched in 2015, the Mentorship Program aims to help internationally trained professionals transition to work in Canada and improve their skills and confidence while developing professional connections. The program matches immigrant professionals (Mentees) with seasoned professionals (Mentors) already established in Canada who share similar professional backgrounds and career interests. Over a three-month period, each Mentor-Mentee pair works together, defining a realistic set of goals and executing an action plan to achieve these goals. Women in Tech World is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing women's participation and leadership in the technology industry. They offer mentorship programs that connect women with experienced professionals in the tech field. These mentors provide guidance, share their experiences, and offer support to help mentees navigate their tech careers. Although CAWIC focuses primarily on the construction industry, they also offer mentorship programs for women in technology-related roles within the construction sector. These programs provide mentorship and networking opportunities to help women advance their careers and break gender barriers in traditionally male-dominated fields. WEKH is a national organization that supports women entrepreneurs across various sectors, including technology. They offer mentorship programs that connect aspiring women entrepreneurs with experienced mentors who can provide guidance and support in starting and growing their tech businesses. These programs help women navigate the challenges of entrepreneurship and foster a supportive community.

    To ensure the success of mentorship programs for women in tech, it's essential to establish structured frameworks, matching mentees with mentors based on their specific goals and interests. Regular check-ins, goal-setting exercises, and constructive feedback mechanisms can further enhance the effectiveness of these programs.

    In conclusion, mentorship programs have emerged as a powerful tool to empower women in Ontario's tech sector. By connecting aspiring women with experienced mentors, these programs provide invaluable guidance, inspiration, and networking opportunities. Through mentorship, women can overcome challenges, develop their skills, and strive for leadership positions in the industry. Together, let's embrace mentorship as a catalyst for change, fostering a more inclusive and diverse tech community where women can thrive and excel. It's time to unlock your potential and embark on an exciting journey toward success in the dynamic world of technology.

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  • 2023-06-29 9:00 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Artificial intelligence (AI) has become an indispensable part of our everyday lives, transforming various sectors in the near term while instilling panic in various professionals. On this occasion, I'd want to emphasize AI's enormous potential to revolutionize traditional teaching and learning approaches in the field of education and begin to consider it as an ally rather than a rival. Teachers and students may benefit from improved educational experiences by embracing AI-powered tools and technology. This article investigates how artificial intelligence may assist instructors in the classroom while also empowering students to attain their full potential.

    On one hand, AI may assist instructors by automating administrative duties like grading coursework and keeping student information, allowing them to focus on providing quality, more individualized training. By assessing student data and adapting education to individual requirements, intelligent tutoring systems may deliver individualized learning experiences. Furthermore, AI may offer teachers with real-time feedback, emphasizing areas where pupils may be failing and recommending relevant remedies. Teachers may enhance their educational tactics, save time, and increase overall classroom efficiency by leveraging the power of AI.

    AI, on the other hand, has the potential to transform the way students learn by providing individualized and adaptable learning experiences. Intelligent learning systems can analyze students' strengths and weaknesses and provide individualized information and recommendations based on their specific requirements. AI-powered virtual tutors can help students understand complex ideas by providing explanations and assistance in real-time. Moreover, the AI's natural language processing capabilities enable it to participate in engaging dialogues with pupils, boosting active learning and critical thinking skills. Students may have access to a multitude of educational materials and receive personalized support by employing AI, thereby increasing their academic achievement.

    Finally, artificial intelligence has the ability to revolutionize education by delivering creative solutions that benefit both instructors and students. Teachers may focus on enabling meaningful learning experiences thanks to AI's capacity to automate administrative work and offer individualized training. Furthermore, AI-powered technologies enable students to obtain personalized assistance, participate in interactive learning, and access a multitude of instructional materials. However, maintaining a balance between the function of AI and human contact in education is critical. While AI can help with teaching and learning, the need for human direction, creativity, and social contact should not be underestimated. Education can really leverage the revolutionary potential of artificial intelligence by using the benefits of AI while keeping the value of the human touch.

    PS: I also suggest reviewing the following videos, which were the basis for writing the article: 

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  • 2023-06-29 9:00 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Dear Hispanotech Community,

    In this segment of our newsletter, I would like to reflect on my journey with the exceptional organization, Hispanotech, focusing on three key aspects that resonate with our mission: Connect, Succeed, and Give Back.

    Hispanotech plays a crucial role in connecting newcomers to Canada with opportunities that help them succeed in labor market integration. Our various programs, mentoring, networking events, and volunteering opportunities are all aimed at creating connections. Networking within Hispanotech goes beyond merely establishing professional connections; it's about sharing, learning, and growing together. We harness the strength and resilience of newcomers to contribute to our society and economy. Recently, during a networking event, we witnessed how these connections transformed the lives of participants, igniting a sense of empowerment and belonging. The stories we have heard from individuals who attended our events exemplify the transformative power of networking and collaboration.

    The "Give Back" part of our mission holds a special place in my heart. Having been a newcomer myself 10 years ago, giving back to the community has been incredibly rewarding. It is a privilege to utilize the tools Hispanotech has provided me to help others thrive in Canada. Despite our busy lives, volunteering can fit in and be extremely fulfilling. It is not just about giving time; it's about gaining experiences, making connections, and having a meaningful impact.

    At Hispanotech, the Governance Committee works diligently to keep the organization running smoothly. We establish rules and procedures that drive our mission forward. This role has deepened my understanding of leadership intricacies and the importance of well-structured governance in driving meaningful change.

    Lastly, my journey with Hispanotech has led to both professional and personal growth. We are dedicated to living our mission: connecting people, helping them succeed, and giving back. Together, we contribute to a diverse, vibrant, and inclusive Canadian society.

    Thank you for being part of this amazing journey!

    Raquel Insa

    Director, Governance Committee

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  • 2023-06-29 9:00 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    How did you find out about Hispanotech?

    There’s a Brazilian group on Google called Terras do Norte, which I belong to. Someone published a post about Hispanotech’s 2022 Mentorship Program, and I decided to apply for it.

    What inspired you to become a volunteer at HT?

    The inspiration to become a volunteer came after participating in the Mentorship Program. The mentor assigned to me was great, prepared me for the Canadian job market, and provided the best tips, which included volunteering. I decided that the next step in my career would be to become a volunteer, and there was no better place for me to do it other than Hispanotech, especially after all the knowledge that I had acquired from them.

    What did you do at HT, and how did you feel about the experience?

    The part of Hispanotech where I volunteered was the Project Management Office (PMO), and it’s where we put together the framework for all the projects of the organization, including the PMO itself, by defining documents, tools, and processes to be used to deliver and manage successful projects.

    Tell us a little about your background, and the job opportunity you were looking for…

    My background is all about IT, because that’s what I’ve been working with for pretty much all my life… I started out as a developer, became a team leader, and then, an IT Project Manager. So that was the focus of my job search here in Canada.

    How was your HT volunteering experience, helped you to get a job?

    The Mentorship and Volunteer experiences together helped me get a job. I used the tips from the Mentorship, the experience of managing jobs as a volunteer, plus the fact that I was volunteering. It’s never just one thing… Getting a job in Canada means that you must sharpen all your corners.

    Any final recommendation for other members who are not sure whether to become volunteers?

    If you're unsure whether to become a volunteer, let me tell you that my one regret is not volunteering earlier, as it gave me an opportunity to witness the work environment here in Canada and provided me with confidence for job interviews. Not only that, but there’s also the networking opportunities.

    By Christiano Varella

  • 2023-06-29 9:00 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    There is a stage in our career where we feel we have gone a long way, and we need to give back to our community by sharing our knowledge and best practices. Everyone’s career is full of learning. The obstacles we overcame, the processes we created, the connections we made. All of them comprise our unique and valuable experience. 

    Participating in a Mentorship Program as a Mentor is a great way to benefit from a sense of fulfillment and personal growth while giving back to the community. Besides the gratifying experience of giving back to your industry or community, these are three additional key reasons why becoming a Mentor will be an enriching experience in your career and life:

    You will inspire another person’s career and gain personal satisfaction.

    By sharing your knowledge, you are not only positioning yourself as a subject matter expert but also helping your mentees to avoid the pitfalls, overcome the obstacles, and increase their confidence in their future career decisions and activities. In addition, it can be very personally fulfilling to know that you’re directly contributing to someone else’s growth and development, and seeing your mentee succeed as a result can feel like a reward.

    You will develop or enhance your interpersonal, leadership, and management skills.

    By becoming a mentor in a well-organized Mentorship Program, you will learn the Mentoring techniques that will help you oversee and guide people from different backgrounds, environments, and stages of life. You will build your intercultural leadership skills, becoming more tolerant and open-minded to multiple points of view. Leading and helping others requires you to take the initiative, be adaptable and see the bigger picture while solving problems and putting your skills to the test!

    You will Increase your professional networks and learn from future members of your profession.

    Even if you have professional connections, through mentorship, you will meet new people from newer generations with new ideas and connections. For example, you could learn about new technology and social media trends or learn from professional experiences from other countries. Remember, your mentees may be the decision-makers of tomorrow and can become part of your network of allies throughout your profession.

    For more information about Hispanotech Mentorship Program, visit

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  • 2023-04-03 9:00 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Hi there!

    I am Francisca Figueroa, a Marketing professional who moved to Canada 4 years ago and here are my 2 cents on volunteering at Hispanotech.

    One of the most valuable aspects of volunteering at Hispanotech is the opportunity to build strong relationships through networking. As a newcomer to Canada, I found it challenging to establish connections with other professionals. However, volunteering at Hispanotech provides me with a platform to connect with others who are also interested in advancing diversity in tech and other industries. It is inspiring to hear about their experiences and learn from their insights. Through these connections, I have expanded my professional network and gained updated perspectives on the Canadian labour market.

    Volunteering at Hispanotech has been a rewarding experience for me, as it has allowed me to connect with other like-minded professionals who share a passion for promoting diversity and inclusivity while bringing together the Hispanic community. I have the opportunity to help the organization with marketing efforts, and it has been gratifying to see the impact of my contributions. Through my work, I am able to help raise awareness about Hispanotech's mission and attract new members to the organization.

    Another takeaway from my experience at Hispanotech is the importance of giving back. It is always fulfilling to support an organization that aligns with your values and see the impact of your contributions. The experience also reminded me of the importance of using my skills and talents to give back.

    Overall, volunteering at Hispanotech has been an enriching experience. This has allowed me to connect with others, give back to the community, and support a mission that I am passionate about. I would encourage others who are interested in building meaningful connections and advancing their careers in Canada to consider volunteering at Hispanotech.

    – Francisca Figueroa

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