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Community Partners are leveraging Facebook to connect and share rapidly shifting information

We heard from frontline community partners this week that Facebook has been an essential communication tools to connect with folks they are supporting, and key to getting new information flowing.

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Upcoming Events

June 13, 2020 | 9am – 10:30am
Here is our CEC challenge for you: Make Yakety Yak Conversation Cafe sessions a priority in 2020!

This informal 30 minute coffee break is here for you each Monday morning to help you stay connected with colleagues.

Other News

When our best efforts are not bringing us the results we want, in the time that we want them, how do we keep on keepin’ on? This is a universal question lying at the heart of any worthwhile goal, whether imposed by the demands of the job, dictated by the needs of the family, or inspired by our own heart’s desire.

Planning for Cannexus, National Career Development Conference, in January 2021, remains underway at this point with all necessary precautions and contingencies.

Researchers what to hear your story. If you would like to share your lived experience with using and navigating the mental health and/or addictions system in Newfoundland and Labrador, please submit your interest in participating in our upcoming study.

The 2020 Survey on Employment and Skills, conducted by the Environics Institute for Survey Research in partnership with the Future Skills Centre and Ryerson University’s Diversity Institute, found that Canadians did not lose confidence in themselves or the social safety net as the impact of the pandemic set in.

Creating Space
Separate But Together: To Learn, Reflect & Connect | 4 Weekly Sessions, starting May 27, 2020.

Training

Ongoing Programs

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.

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

The Single Parent Association of Newfoundland (SPAN) is dedicated to the mission to provide supports for single parent families in Newfoundland & Labrador to enable them to regain control over their lives for the empowerment of themselves & their children.


ADDRESS

P.O. Box 21157

St. John's, NL

Canada A1A 5B2

CONTACT

(709) 765-2182