How TGLL works

United Nations Association in Canada - Vancouver Branch

Each organization will host a table with a Table Captain that shares information about themselves, their organization, and available opportunities to attendees.
Attendees will have the opportunity to network with organizations throughout the event.
A Keynote Speaker will be featured, and refreshments will be provided.

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Have any Question?

Frequently asked questions

Yes, non-students may still attend; however, you should understand that this is a student-driven event.

Eventbrite will allow you to register up to 20 people. Alternatively, you can contact and we can take care of group registrations for you.

Networking events can be intimidating but keep in mind that most of the people attending TGLL are also students looking to learn and meet people. The representatives are open to answering your questions, so come prepared. Don’t be afraid to talk to other students as well. Networking means you never know who could be your next boss, business partner, employee, or colleague!

This is a business casual event. Since this is a professional networking event, you want to treat it like a job interview. Think, professionalism, turn your camera on, and mute or unmute your mic when appropriate.

Business cards if you have them. A pen is always good. Notes or questions that you have about the organizations you are interested in. An electronic version of your ticket is ideal.

Click here for a list of networking tips and sample networking questions.

After you purchase your ticket through Eventbrite, the event link will be sent to
the email address you provided.
*To ensure easy access, please have a Zoom account set up before the meeting.