Inclusive communities also means Inclusive workplaces.
We’re excited to present the next event in the Project EveryBODY campaign:
2015 Employment Forum and Hiring Fair for Persons with Disabilities.
When: Monday September 21st, 2015 11:00am-4:00pm (see event details below)
Where: Roundhouse Community Centre (181 Roundhouse Mews, corner of Davie and Pacific)
Tapping into the abilities of ALL job seekers is a top priority for a growing number of private and public sector employers.
This forum brings together employers, job seekers of all abilities, local hiring employers, and community service providers.
- 11:00am: – Doors Open
- 12:00pm-1:00pm – Speaker 1: How to apply for a government position. Listen and ask questions to experts about preparing for, finding and securing a position within the government.
- 1:00pm-2:00pm – Speaker 2: How to apply for a municipal government position. Listen and ask questions to experts about preparing for, finding and securing a position within the municipal government.
- 2:00pm-3:00pm – Presentation 1: What BC jobs are in demand?: get a snapshot of what jobs are trending feat. Christian St. Cyr
- All day 11:00am-4:00pm – Employer Meet and Greet: Connect with local hiring employers, job seekers, and community support services and providers!
This event is FREE! Please RSVP at http://www.peb2015employmentforum.eventbrite.ca/
Wheelchair accessible | ASL interpreters and captioning will be present | Free Admission
Don’t forget to spread the word! *Please feel free to distribute this message and attached poster to any contacts you feel would be interested. And follow us on Social Media!
The Project EveryBODY Series led by Open Door Group, is a campaign driven by a collaboration of various community organizations, businesses and the City of Vancouver. The project’s intended impact is to promote an “inclusive Vancouver” through providing high profile opportunities that truly showcase and celebrate the talents of persons with disabilities through arts and culture, employment, social connection and recreational opportunities.
Take note of the Project Everybody event series:
- September 16th, 2015:
- September 21st, 2015:
- October 29th, 2015:
- November 19th, 2015:
The four events lead up to a HUGE celebration on December 3rd, at the Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Centre in recognition of the UN designated International Day of Persons with Disabilities.
Check out www.projecteverybody.ca for more information!
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