Category Archives for "Programs"

Go Getters NL

A youth service initiative to increase community service, civic engagement, and advocacy in young adults funded by the Canada Service Corps

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  • April 29, 2021

New Counseling Program @ ANC

The Association for New Canadians is developing ANConnect, a pan-provincial program that will offer free, low barrier single session virtual counseling to any adult newcomer, regardless of their immigration status.

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  • February 8, 2021

Youth The Future Program | CCRW

Youth the Future St. John’s Employment Program from the Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work is RECRUITING youth with disabilities for our virtual January 2021 cohort! Our first virtual cohort was a huge success, and we thank you for your referrals!

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  • November 23, 2020

Women’s Economic Council

To be eligible to participate in “Her Own Boss” project, you must be a visible minority newcomer woman, who is 19 years or older and live in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, Northern and Eastern Ontario, or St. John’s Metro area, NL.

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  • October 16, 2020

Youth Guided Employment Opportunities (YGEO) Burin Peninsula

Y Youth Guided Employment Opportunities (YGEO) helps all youth (aged 15 to 30) navigate through the labour market and to successfully transition into sustained employment. These objectives are attained by supporting the needs of all youth, especially youth facing barriers to develop skills, knowledge and networks through education, skills development and meaningful work experiences.

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  • September 17, 2020

Supportive Employment @Avalon Employment Inc.

Avalon Employment Inc. is a Supported Employment service serving people with developmental disabilities. Services include: Job Coaching, Compensation for Employers for their Client support, Autism Employment Support, MentorAbility Program

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  • September 3, 2020

Community Centre Alliance (CCA)

As an organization, CCA works to improve the education, literacy, and employment possibilities of people in the community, as well as working on economic development. The main goal in their employment programming is to assist their clients in finding and maintaining sustainable employment.

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  • August 25, 2020

Profile: Women In Resource Development Corporation

Providing women with exposure to different career possibilities, helping them enroll and succeed in training programs, as well as assisting in job search and career advancement activities are essential to increasing women’s participation in trades and technology.

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  • May 22, 2020

Employment OPTIONS

Employment OPTIONS is a team of career planning professionals in Newfoundland and Labrador who support job seekers and employers to reach their employment goals.

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  • May 8, 2020

UP Skills for Work

UP Skills for Work focuses on the employability skills that learners require most to find and succeed in their employment. Find out how the program works, host a workshop and find new resources.

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  • April 19, 2020

Murphy Centre Career, Employment and Education

The Murphy Centre works with people of all ages to help them to manage their learning, work, leisure and transitions. The goal of career services is to help people to pursue learning and to find work which is personally meaningful and to learn how to manage transitions in today’s ever-evolving labour market.

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  • April 17, 2020

Profile: Community Centre Alliance

CCA partners with 5 low-income Newfoundland and Labrador Housing communities of St. John’s through active outreach, engagements, support and referral. Their goal is to increase the employability, self-reliance and independence of individuals attached to income support or at-risk of receiving income support.

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  • April 11, 2020

#RisingYouth – A Community Grant Program

RisingYouth is a grant program that empowers anyone in Canada, aged 15 – 30, to launch a community service project of their very own! Funding can be used to support ideas implemented by one or two youth, for instance; community events or gatherings.

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  • September 13, 2018