A place to breathe
Canadian Center for Global Professionals (CCGP):
CCGP is a platform of global professionals those migrated into Canada and those like to come Canada, work with them to understand their capacity, capability, skill set and expertise that can be utilized without waste of time.
CCGP work with private and public organizations to present global talent and find solution how to utilize unutilized and underutilized (U3) talents in Canadian job market.
It is a not-for-profit organization incorporated under Canadian Corporation Act
It has been initiated and run by a group of highly qualified, diversified and motivated dynamic individuals for a proactive approach in building an economically strong Canadian society
A pioneer in encouraging professional creativity, the Canadian Center for Global Professionals (CCGP) will be a recognized leader in the utilization of the skills and knowledge of New Canadians with professional qualifications through the integration into Canadian Society, innovative practices, and strategic alliances with different public and private industries and organizations.
CCGP is dedicated to the effective integration of talented new Canadians into our economy and society. It provides a proactive and innovative approach to the problem of under-utilization and un-employment among these highly qualified new professionals.
CCGP is a not-for-profit organization that is in the business of developing, promoting, and implementing projects that will provide new Canadian Professionals with much-needed employment opportunities. These opportunities will enable them to utilize their knowledge and skills thereby gaining the critical Canadian work experience they need to integrate fully in the Canada’s workforce.
CCGP is unique in that it has been founded, manage and its activities are being implemented by and for the benefit of new Canadian professionals. Its member clients include: skilled, professional new Canadians of all disciplines (science, commerce, engineering, arts, service sector, etc. men and women of all cultures, and languages
CCGP fosters strategic Alliance and win-win partnership arrangements with federal, provincial and municipal governments, private sector companies and other non-profit organizations.
- Undertaking innovative research projects by our different groups of professionals and offer services to Federal and Provincial government, NGOs, Crown Corporations, Municipality, and private businesses organizations.
- Develop proactive ways of employing skilled members of CCGP who may be currently either unemployed or underemployed and thus improve their quality of life.
- To create public awareness on the issues and problems faced by new immigrants to Canada through research, publications and by using the press and media to paint a picture of life for new Canadian immigrants.
- To promote, expand and export Canadian advancement in science and technology, and expertise abroad.
- Offering and directing community services in education and technology to low-income families in Canadian multicultural society
CCGP is an umbrella organization with 4 major departments.
- Information Technology
- Social Sciences
Every department is headed & managed by number of directors and advisors from Canadian renowned industries and business organizations.
Global professionals will have the chance to be the members of CCGP & they will be starting working with one of the departments according to their background on a volunteering basis. They will be encouraged to be creative so that they can get the attention from their perspective employers. In this way, they first gain Canadian working experience and also they might be interested in starting their own entrepreneurial activities.
Rashida Suleman, PhD
Dr. Suleman is a seasoned educator with over 30 years’ experience. She has extensive exposure to the International Baccalaureate (IB), American, British and Indian curricula. Worked in senior leadership roles across primary and secondary levels. Led authorization and implementation of IB diploma and Cambridge International Examination (CIE) programs. Extensive knowledge of school planning and management (financial budgeting, teacher training, curriculum planning). Currently, She Is Working As The High School Principal Of Canada Knowledge Academy. A Ministry Inspected School from K 12 is situated in Ottawa, Canada, and she strongly believes that “Success is a journey, not a destination.”
Prof. Dr. Faruque Hossain
Md. Faruque Hossain, PhD in Soil, Water and Environmental Sciences, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, University of London, UK and Post-doc in Natural Resources Canada, Ottawa. He has more than 30 years of research, teaching and project management experience in environmental and agricultural development in soil, water and plant biomass ecosystems. Specialized in education systems, environmental contamination and remediation; climate change; plant-soil interactions, nutrient cycles, budgets and management. He has an extensive experience in academic work or extra-curricular activities such as, youth leadership development, environment and climate change and health. Dr. Hossain published more than 100 scientific articles in peer-reviewed journals and conference proceedings and written more than 15 books/reports for the various organizations. His professional affiliation was with CIMMYT-Mexico and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, USA; Natural Resources Canada; Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Health Canada; Rothamsted Research, United Kingdom
Engr. Monzur Ali
Educator, teaching and training consultant, 30 years experienced in Information and Communication Technology (ICT), digital electronics and electrical engineering. Mr Ali was an academic planner and developed lesson plan, matrix and marking criteria, lab setup and lab workbook according to the Scottish Qualification Authority (SQA), UK standard, involved with different courses development and standardization according to the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training (ACCET), USA and the National Commission for Academic Accreditation and Assessment (NCAAA), Ministry of Education and Training, Saudi Arabia. Mr Ali Completed his Masters of Engineering degree from Dalhousie University, NS Canada in 2003
Engr. Monzur is the founding Director of Canadian Centre for Global Processionals (CCGP) since establish in 2003.
As an educator and entrepreneur, Monzur working hard for the betterment of professionals and talented individuals.
Shamima Akther is a registered ECE have been working in children education and basic needs for young children.
Mrs Akther has wide range of experiences dealing with toddler to youth children issues and successfully organized different events, played important roles and have responsibilities to work with different groups and organization for the last 10 years.
Mrs Akther has Degree in Psychology and have wide knowledge about social and mental issue
Golam Mostafa, PhD
Associate Vice-President of Academic Affairs of KIMEP University, Almaty, Kazakhstan
Abdul Malek, PhD
Senior Research Scientist in the field of Naturial Products, Kanta, ON Canda.
Former Scientist, BSTI, Bangladesh
Monjur Chowdhury, PhD
Founder and Director Aliveducation,
Founder and CEO, PEACE
Emmanuel Yumvihoze, PhD
Research Associate at uOttawa, Kanata ON Canada
ASM Aminur Rahman, Architect
Chief Architect, Department of Architect, Bangladesh
Akhter Hossain, PhD
Transportation Engineer, Ottawa Canada
Md Monzur Ali, MEng
Director, NexGen Data Solutions Inc,
Director, MNM Networks Inc.
Director, Canadian Centre for Global Professionals