New Professionals

 

Calling All New Professionals

If you are a new professional (someone within their first five years in the public or voluntary sector) or a student studying public administration, we want to hear from you! IPAC has an active program for new professionals in the National Capital Region.

One of IPAC’s missions is to promote the education and professional development of public administrators. In particular, IPAC provides new professionals with the tools they need in order to develop in their careers, and to become the dynamic workforce that tackles complex problems facing Canada’s public sector.

The benefits of membership are numerous! Connect with many of Canada’s brightest influencers, build your expertise and gain meaningful experiences along the way.

Volunteer on the New Professionals Advisory Group

Do you have a passion for public policy or public sector management? Are you looking to develop leadership skills? Are you interested in building a vast network of change makers and influencers? Come and volunteer for our New Professionals Advisory Group!

IPAC-NCR’s New Professionals Program is organized by a New Professionals Advisory Group, comprised of creative and energetic individuals from all orders of government and the non-profit sector. Members contribute in many ways, including:

  • Bringing forward issues of interest to new professionals and acting as a sounding board on these issues
  • Promoting IPAC services to new professional members of IPAC NCR
  • Developing event ideas and executing them, for the benefit of new professionals
  • Encouraging new professionals to become members of IPAC.

Become a visible leader with IPAC NCR!

Get in Touch With Us
If you wish to be added to our e-mail list for new professionals events, or if you are interested in volunteering with IPAC-NCR, please contact our First Vice Chair, Taran Wasson (Taran.Wasson@tbs-sct.gc.ca).
 


New Public Servants Workshop

Click here to view the notes from the 2018 IPAC NCR New Public Servant Workshop prepared by Raza Moghal, Project Services Officer, 2020@Internation, Global Affairs Canada.