Ontario Society of Professional Engineers and Hispanotech announce collaboration agreement

Hispanotech.ca is a not-for profit Canadian corporation, with the mission of promoting the integration and success of Hispanic professionals in Canada’s technology markets.

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Carlos Paz-Soldan, President of Hispanotech.ca. Photo: Hispanotech

Hispanotech.ca and the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE) have entered into a formal collaborative agreement to allow the two organizations to share information, knowledge and best practices, thus promoting the skills, competences and professions of the members of both the OSPE and Hispanotech.ca

“This agreement creates a climate of cooperation that initiates a new direction for both organizations to better serve the professional needs of the members, industry and community as well as improving and promoting the public profile of both organizations”, noted Baijul Shukla, OSPE’s Director of Member Services & Strategic Partners.

“We see initial collaboration opportunities in the areas in which both organizations are active, including education, mentoring and networking”, said Carlos Paz-Soldan, President of Hispanotech.ca. “Our missions overlap as we both seek to improve the lives of our Members in Ontario, from a personal and professional point of view”, he added.

The initial collaboration agreement will run for three years, with semi-annual reviews for improvement.

Hispanotech.ca is a not-for profit Canadian corporation, with the mission of promoting the integration and success of Hispanic professionals in Canada’s technology markets. Hispanotech.ca is a grass-roots, 100% volunteer organization, and an active TRIEC Professional Immigrant Network. Hispanotech.ca members hail from over 30 countries around the world, 39% are female, and all have at least a College or University degree, with 44% having a Master’s or PhD. For more information, contact [email protected]

The Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE) is the voice of the engineering profession in Ontario, representing the entire engineering community, including professional engineers, engineering graduates and students who work or will work in several of the most strategic sectors of Ontario’s economy. For more information, contact [email protected]