8 St. David Street North
Noëlville, ON P0M 2N0
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Employment consultant/Job Developer
Resource Centre Agent
Employment Options Officially Opens its New Location in Noelville
For immediate release
Noelville, October 28, 2011 – Members of the Noeville community and representatives of the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU) gathered today for the official opening of Collège Boréal’s new Employment Options centre. Located at 8 St David Street North, this one-stop service centre offers for free a full range of bilingual services available to all residents of Noelville.
The President of Collège Boréal, Denis Hubert-Dutrisac, underlines the importance of accessing employment services that are adapted to current conditions in order to ensure a successful job search: “Finding a job is a challenging and crucial step in a person’s life. Collège Boréal wants job seekers to benefit from its in-depth knowledge of the employability sector and the business community in order to facilitate this process and provide the best chances for success. The strategy is to serve the needs of both job seekers and local businesses that are looking for competent personnel.”
Funded by the Ontario government, Employment Options provides Noelville’s Francophone and Anglophone communities with a wide variety of direct employment services, such as help with job searches, job-worker matching, internships and support for employment retention. Besides the regular tools to ensure successful job searches, Employment Option’s personnel provides customized support to persons with an interest in other programs, such as the Second Career program, apprenticeships or academic upgrading.
Through Employment Options, Collège Boréal provides employment services in 23 communities across the province. Included among these communities are Kapuskasing, Sudbury, Hamilton and London.
“Promoting knowledge and a vibrant culture”
This is Collège Boréal’s vision, a French-language institution of postsecondary and skills training established in 1995 that contributes to the growth and development of communities in Northern and Central-Southwestern Ontario. Collège Boréal also promotes the values of humanism, excellence and inclusion as well as an active awareness of environmental issues that affect our society. Collège Boréal is the first education sector representative officially designated by the Government of Ontario under the French Language Services Act.
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