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The Community Sector Council NL’s Connect100 project will distribute at least 100 digital devices to individuals and/or volunteer organizations across the province. Funding has been provided by the Government of Canada’s Emergency Community Support Fund through United Way NL.

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Memorial University and College of the North Atlantic’s Career & Graduate School Fair will be virtual this year. The virtual fair is designed to ensure important connections are made among employers, students, and alumni while also supporting public health and safety.

Memorial University and College of the North Atlantic’s Career & Graduate School Fair will be virtual this year. The virtual fair is designed to ensure important connections are made among employers, students, and alumni while also supporting public health and safety.

Memorial University and College of the North Atlantic’s Career & Graduate School Fair will be virtual this year. The virtual fair is designed to ensure important connections are made among employers, students, and alumni while also supporting public health and safety.

In this 90-minute workshop, participants will build on tenets explored in last year’s Strengths-Based Development Workshops. Participants will explore ways to leverage their unique strengths to manage new modes of working, their role on the team and their work with clients during times of change.

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The Community Sector Council NL’s Connect100 project will distribute at least 100 digital devices to individuals and/or volunteer organizations across the province. Funding has been provided by the Government of Canada’s Emergency Community Support Fund through United Way NL.

The Community Sector Council NL’s Connect100 project will distribute at least 100 digital devices to individuals and/or volunteer organizations across the province. Funding has been provided by the Government of Canada’s Emergency Community Support Fund through United Way NL.

One positive outcome from COVID-19 might be that our programs and services are not only in higher demand than ever but that we are more recognized as key players contributing to economic and social recovery. As such, we are looking for Career Development Practitioners to help us prove that our programs and services are effective.

Training

Canadian Career Development Foundation’s VOCO Training Centre offers online, self-directed, competency-based courses for educators and career development professionals.

Ongoing Programs

What is the Launch Program?
A 19 week employment program for young women and gender diverse youth experiencing multiple barriers to employment.

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.

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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P.O. Box 21157

St. John's, NL

Canada A1A 5B2

CONTACT

(709) 765-2182