Melanie Wells joined Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work (CCRW) as the facilitator of the virtual employment Program Empower. She comes with a sociology background and is focused on providing trauma and violence informed programming that is accessible to job seekers at all stages of their employment journey.

C.L. Whole You Foundation and MCWONL are collaborating again. 
They are offering a FREE IMMIGRATION WORKSHOP for anyone who is interested. It is going to be held on November 18th at 11:00 am. The deadline to register will be November 17th till 4:00 pm.

Y Mind Youth is a FREE seven-week virtual group program based on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Mindfulness, supporting youth 18-30 years old.

Come learn all about healthy relationships in a safe and supportive environment! This workshop will cover the qualities of healthy relationships, types of abuse, boundaries and communication skills. This session will promote peer support through group discussions and activities.

The Ches Penny Centre for Hope provides two employment programs. Each program runs for 12 weeks and includes 9 weeks in the classroom and 3-week job placement.

St. John’s is RECRUITING for cohort 6 starting late November! Youth the Future is a 22-week paid pre-employment training program for youth who self-identify as having a disability and who are experiencing challenges in finding or maintaining employment.

Are you French-speaking, living in Newfoundland and Labrador, and looking for work?

Our Immigration, Recruitment, and Employability Advisor supports French-speaking newcomers to Newfoundland and Labrador with their integration into the labour market – free of charge!

The John Howard Society helps individuals in applying for a Record Suspension (formerly pardon) through the Parole Board of Canada.

Food on the Move is a pop-up shop that brings affordable grocery options to neighbourhoods throughout St. John’s. The pop-ups create an accessible and welcoming space where people can buy affordable fresh produce and pantry staples and learn about other community events and resources.

Are you an adult who struggles with Reading or Math; who lacks organizational and communication skills, or who has low self-esteem because of a learning disability? Does this sound like someone you know? your kid, a friend, your partner?