Once your resume is prepared and you’ve established which jobs you would like to apply for, a cover letter will increase your chances of being considered for an interview. Join us to learn how to develop a cover letter and alter it; to make you a prime candidate!
Part 1 (AM) Job Search Strategies: Coping with Job Loss; Organizing Your Job Search; Hidden Job Market; Research Necessities; Networking; Social Media; ‘Elevator Speech’; Marketing Letters
This workshop will help you explore your transferable skills and give you the tools you need to discover which career is right for you. It will also help you stand out from your competition by showing how you can develop your unique skills to make an impact on your resume, cover letters and at the interview. Think outside the box and you will be headed for career success
Please find below an info sheet for the benefit of those who might be interested in participating in the CDP Certification – Pilot Project. Those involved in the pilot are eligible for a reduced price, as follows:
Career Development Practitioners’ Certification Board of Ontario
CCDP Information Sheet for Application Pilot
All employment and training service providers from front line staff to managers are invited to attend C3: Connect, Communicate, Collaborate, a half day event on March 4, 2015.
The mandate of C3 is to improve connections across the service delivery system to ensure that clients are receiving the right services from the right organizations.
There will be two sessions, held in the morning and afternoon, with the same agenda. Service providers are invited to attend one of the sessions. Please indicate on your registration form which session you will be attending.
Please let me know asap if you will be attending the meeting.
EARN Meeting Agenda
1. Welcome/introductions/reading of the EARN mission statement
Chef Training Program at St. Charles
OPEN HOUSE ON JAN 27 1:30-3:00 p.m.
150 East 5th Street location (Near Upper James and Fennell)
Let us help you prepare to write the GED (General Education Development) exam.
PATH Employment Services offers a series of training session to support you with your job goals. Kick off the new year by signing up for one of these free sessions. Space is limited and reserving a spot is required. Call 905-528-6611.
We have changed the start date to Feb 6, 2015, so you can still register for this training program.
Learn a set of skills, strategies & tactics that can be used to empower oneself for achieving life goals and continuous self improvement.
Wed evenings from 6 pm – 8 pm
Employment Counsellor / Job Developer Vacancy
The purpose of this position is to provide employment related support services to clients within the JHS Pre Apprentice Welding Program.
The Pre Apprentice Welding Program is an employment based program funded by the Ministry of Training, Colleges & Universities (MTCU) in partnership with Mohawk College, Elizabeth Fry Society, Hamilton Branch and St. Leonard’s Society Hamilton.
1. Welcome and Introductions: Christina Brookes introduced the new Executive Committee of EARN:
Went around room and each person introduced themselves and what agency they represented. Christina read the Mission Statement of EARN
2. Presentation: Aiding clients with a disability – by Nicole Delottinville, PATH
This survey is sponsored and supported by Workforce Planning Hamilton in support of Connect, Communicate, Collaborate: Strengthening the Service Delivery Network in Hamilton.
The goal of this project is to review the service delivery network structure in Hamilton and identify a model that improves connectivity and strengthens linkages across the Employment & Training system including those agencies that are EO funded and those that are funded through other Ministries.
In the following sections we are asking those who are connected to the Employment & Training system about their experience working in this sector and how we can improve and broaden our connectivity across the system.
Meet the staff and learn about CNIB programs and services. Visit the store to browse helpful products for better living with vision loss.
Below is the agenda for the upcoming EARN meeting, taking place on Nov. 26/14. If you will be attending the meeting please RSVP to Cyndi Ingle at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, please be aware that the parking lot at St. Charles is used by students and gets full quickly. Arriving before 9 am. is advised. There is also street parking around the school.
1. Welcome, introductions, reading of the EARN mission statement
2. Presentation: Aiding clients with a disability – Nicole De’lottinville, PATH
Recommended for ESL learners interested in the St. Charles PSW (Personal Support Worker)Accreditation Certificate.