Manufacturing Techniques Program: Cornwall

This twelve week Manufacturing Operator Program has been created in response to employer needs in the industry sector. The program will incorporate curriculum and scheduling as industry representatives have advised. Students successfully completing this training will benefit from local employer recognition of the program and will in some cases be recognized with preferred status in […]

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Earn While You Learn! Partnership to Employment 2017

About Placement Students

St. Lawrence College is presenting the Carleton Place Partnerships to Employment Program to help prepare you for employment. This 17-week program will provide you with the skills employers are looking for. The first three weeks will provide paid employability skills training, resume preparation, and certifications in WHMIS, First Aid/CPR/AED and Safety Training, followed by a […]

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Employers Wanted!

ST. LAWRENCE COLLEGE PRESENTS The Shabot Obaadjiwan Pre-Construction program is designed to assist youth obtain work experience by providing a financial incentive to employers and organizations who hire and help youth transition into the labour force and gain skills. The program participant will be 30 years of age or younger and currently seeking full-time employment. […]

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Employers Wanted!

Brockville Partnerships to Employment

ST. LAWRENCE COLLEGE PRESENTS the Aboriginal Pathways to Employment Tyendinaga Program that is designed to assist youth obtain work experience by providing a financial incentive to employers and organizations who hire and help youth transition into the labour force and gain skills. The program participant will be 30 years of age or younger and seeking full-time […]

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Manufacturing Techniques Program: Cornwall

ST. LAWRENCE COLLEGE PRESENTS: This twelve week Manufacturing Operator Program has been created in response to employer needs in the industry sector. The program will incorporate curriculum and scheduling as industry representatives have advised. Students successfully completing this training will benefit from local employer recognition of the program and will in some cases be recognized […]

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QNet News Report: Workshop taught how to spot a mental health crisis

Category: Community, News

By Rachel Stark BELLEVILLE – More health professionals now know the signs of a person experiencing a mental health crisis after attending St. Lawrence College’s Mental Health First-Aid Certification training. Kelli Pierman, a support manager for Bayshore Home Health, said she attended the event so she would best know how to help other employees. “We have […]

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Workforce Development Initiative

December Performance Tip

December’s Leadership Tip: Be aware of the current workforce landscape. We are enhancing our Career & Placement Centre so that it is aligned with the needs of over 4500 regional employers. We at St. Lawrence College are developing career ready graduates, and in so doing are an engine for regional economic development. Through our Corporate […]

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Program Developer and Facilitator Gains Attention of ‘Jamie’s Food Revolution’

Category: Community, News

St. Lawrence College’s program developer and facilitator has been noticed in a big way. Jamie Olivers internationally renowned ‘Jamie’s Food Revolution’ website has highlighted our very own Jenny Spring and her initiative, The Spring Farm. This program has gained notoriety for connecting students, inmates and communities through locally grown organic food. This 10-acre farm located […]

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Program Developer and Facilitator Expands the Spring Farm

Category: Community, Featured, News

St. Lawrence College’s program developer and facilitator practices what she teaches. Jenny Spring developed an innovative college-level organic gardening course that is targeted towards inmates at Beaver Creek. “It’s a three week class and they get a college credit for it,” says Spring. “They are really into it. They are starting tomato plants indoors that they’ll […]

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Apitisawin: Customer Support Service Worker

Apitisawin: Customer Support Service Worker (PDF) St. Lawrence College is presenting the Customer Support Service Worker Program to help prepare you for employment such as a retail associate, call centre, or food service worker. This eight-week program will provide you with the skills employers are looking for! You will graduate with well-rounded knowledge, employablility skills, […]

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