Earn While You Learn: Aboriginal Pathways to Employment

Brockville Partnerships to Employment

ST. LAWRENCE COLLEGE IN PARTNERSHIP WITH KAGITA MIKAM presents the Aboriginal Pathways to Employment Tyendinaga Program to help prepare you for employment. This 15-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 certification in WHMIS, First Aid/CPR/AED and SafetyTraining, […]

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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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Ottawa Kickstart Your Career Program!

About Placement Students

ST. LAWRENCE COLLEGE PRESENTS: The Kickstart Your Career Program provides youth (between the ages of 15 and 30 inclusive) with full-time career-related work experience by providing incentive funding to employers and organizations who hire and help youth transition into the labor force and gain valuable¬†employment skills. Participants will benefit from up to 26 weeks of […]

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Employers Wanted! Ottawa Kickstart Your Career Program

ST. LAWRENCE COLLEGE PRESENTS: The Ottawa Kickstart your Career Program is designed to assist youth obtain career-related work experience by providing a financial incentive to employers and organizations who hire and help youth transition into the labour force and gain the necessary skills. The program¬†participant will be 30 years of age or younger, not receiving […]

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