Canadian College of Health Science & Technology has teamed up with Workforce Windsor-Essex, Employment Training Services (City of Windsor), Windsor Women Working with Immigrant Women, Assessment Centre, and New Canadian Center of Excellence to hold a community service day open to the public with the goal of maximizing our local labour markets potential and provide the “tools for success” in a one-stop-shop format.
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This event will be the first of its kind to focus on delivering career services and resources “on-the-spot” to satisfy one simple goal to connect job-seekers with available “Free” career resources in our community. Having the appropriate resources will ensure every job candidate is equipped to put their best foot forward and have the right tools to show-off their full potential to employers.
Windsor-Essex County has a diverse, unique labour market, filled with opportunity. To find a stable, rewarding career as Windsorites we need to equip ourselves with the right “tools for success”, says Chris Mingay of Canadian College of Health Science & Technology. The purpose of this event is to fill the gap and provide job seekers and college graduates alike with a solid career tool-belt.
The event will take place outdoors in Canadian College of Health Science and Technology parking lot at 1737 Walker Rd,
There will be displays from local employers, resource centers, and other Employment Ontario agencies.