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Tuesday, January 29


201: Linking Improved Career Development & Mental Health Together
In reviewing mental health and career development concepts, it appears the principles are striving for the same outcome – helping someone to a better and happier life! A detailed examination and comparison of specific core mental health and career development principles will be reviewed. Together, we’ll re-think the mutual delivery of career and mental health rather than separate causes.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Apply mental health awareness to career development sustainability
  • Reflect on combining mental health and career development principles
  • Demonstrate connection between MH-CD by sharing literature reviews

Speakers | Conférenciers
avatar for Clarence DeSchiffart

Clarence DeSchiffart

Career Consultant
Clarence DeSchiffart works as an Adjunct Professor at Acadia University, teaching career courses in the MEd (Counselling) program. Clarence, alongside Laurie Edwards, are recipients of the Stu Conger Award in Career Development and the Nova Scotia Career Development Association's... Read More →

Tuesday January 29, 2019 11:00 - 12:15
Room | Salle 201


202: The Brain Science of Communication in Today’s Workplace
Psychometric assessment tools serve to effectively accelerate success for individuals, teams and entire organizations. This session explores the use of a cutting-edge, neuroscience-based assessment called Emergenetics, the best tool for team and culture development that we’ve come across in 20 years. We will share the fascinating neuroscience behind the model, and how it has helped organizations worldwide.

Learning Outcomes: 
  • Understand the ability of psychometric assessment to transform organizational culture
  • Learn how brain science impacts both career and organizational development
  • Explore strategies to support workplace collaboration and communication

Speakers | Conférenciers
avatar for Laura Hambley

Laura Hambley

Industrial/Organizational Psychologist, Canada Career Counselling
Laura Hambley is an Industrial/Organizational Psychologist with over 15 years of consulting experience. She is founder of Canada Career Counselling, Leadership Success Group, and Work EvOHlution, and is a thought leader on career and workplace psychology.
avatar for Meghan Reid

Meghan Reid

Toronto Team Lead, Registered Psychologist, Canada Career Counselling
Meghan Reid is a Registered Psychologist who focuses on career and workplace psychology. She leads the Toronto office of Canada Career Counselling, having supported hundreds of clients across Canada to make strategic and informed career decisions.

Tuesday January 29, 2019 11:00 - 12:15
Room | Salle 202


203: Expanding Horizons: Creating Middle Schoolers' Career Paths
The middle years are an often neglected but powerful time to engage in meaningful career exploration. The Expanding Horizon’s Program immerses young learners in authentic community career experiences and exposes them to the potential training pathways. Has this had an impact? Learn about the program design, the founding principles, and the essential findings in the 10-year longitudinal research.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Middle years career program design
  • Middle years career program evaluation
  • Middle years career program impacts

Speakers | Conférenciers
avatar for Elisa Carlson

Elisa Carlson

Chief Operating Officer, Cmolik Foundation
Elisa Carlson is a former Director of Instruction at Surrey Schools and is the current Chief Operating Officer at the Cmolik Foundation, where she works to improve outcomes for vulnerable students.
avatar for Michelle Nilson

Michelle Nilson

Associate Professor, Simon Fraser University
Michelle Nilson is an Associate Professor of Education at Simon Fraser University, where she works with community foundations and school districts to understand student transitions to career and post-secondary education.

Tuesday January 29, 2019 11:00 - 12:15
Room | Salle 203


204: Career Practitioners’ Well-Being: Clinical vs Administration Supervision
Organizational administration policies offer guidance for managers to address clients’ needs/service delivery. However, as the demands on career practitioners to address complex client issues continue to increase, are supervisors equipped to prevent professional burnout? This session addresses the skill set/capacity needed to establish clinical supervision services to foster career practitioners’ well-being in the workplace.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Understanding the difference between administration vs clinical supervision
  • Identifying and narrowing service gaps to administer clinical supervision
  • Acknowledging the practitioners’ presenting clinical issues

Speakers | Conférenciers
avatar for Sonny Wong

Sonny Wong

Registered Psychotherapist, Ryerson University Faculty of Arts
Sonny Wong, MEd, is a Registered Psychotherapist. He uses SFBT and Narrative Therapy to foster clients’ healthy career identity development. Over his 20 years’ of experience, Wong is a recipient of numerous service/counselling awards.

Tuesday January 29, 2019 11:00 - 12:15
Room | Salle 204


205: Job Search Zombies
A workshop for front-line practitioners and managers, focused on how to cure the unmotivated jobseeker, ie, Job Search Zombie. An unmotivated jobseeker is doomed to wander the job market like a Job Search Zombie. Participants will leave prepared to motivate themselves and to cure their next Job Search Zombie.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Diagnosis of motivational problems
  • Motivational coaching
  • Understanding importance of motivation and its sources

Speakers | Conférenciers
avatar for Dan Walmsely

Dan Walmsely

Facilitator/Coach, KEYS Job Centre
Dan Walmsely is a facilitator, performer and coach. A gifted and engaging speaker from KEYS Job Centre in Kingston, ON, his workshops have received rave reviews and high ratings at conferences across the province.

Tuesday January 29, 2019 11:00 - 12:15
Room | Salle 205


206: Let’s Talk About Ethics! Navigating Ethical Dilemmas | Parlons éthique! Composer avec les dilemmes éthiques
Ethical codes tend to be static; however, ethical practice is dynamic and, at times, messy. In practice, ethical challenges aren’t black and white but rather shades of grey. Come prepared to collaboratively work through real-world ethical dilemmas in a safe environment. Leave with a deepened understanding of how ethical conversations can help maintain ethical practice and address/avoid ethical dilemmas.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Explore dynamic nature of ethics in practice 
  • Examine real ethical dilemmas
  • Understand the importance of continued ethical discussions

Les codes d’éthiques sont souvent statiques, mais les pratiques d’éthique sont dynamiques et parfois même complexes. Dans la réalité, les questions d’éthique ne sont pas noires ou blanches; elles prennent plutôt plusieurs nuances de gris. Un atelier où les participants travailleront en collaboration pour résoudre des dilemmes éthiques réels dans un environnement sûr. Au terme de l’atelier, les participants comprendront comment des conversations sur l’étique peuvent aider à maintenir des pratiques éthiques tout en réglant ou évitant les dilemmes éthiques.

Objectifs d’apprentissage :
  • Explorer la nature dynamique de l’éthique
  • Étudier des dilemmes éthiques réels
  • Comprendre l’importance des discussions continues sur l’éthique

Speakers | Conférenciers
avatar for Roberta Neault

Roberta Neault

President | Présidente, Life Strategies Ltd.
Dr Roberta Neault, President of Life Strategies Ltd., is an award-winning career development thought leader in Canada and internationally. She speaks, consults and writes extensively on career-related topics including supporting professionals navigating complex ethical dilemmas.Roberta... Read More →
avatar for Deirdre Pickerell

Deirdre Pickerell

Vice-President | Vice-présidente, Life Strategies Ltd.
Dr Deirdre Pickerell is an award-winning career development and human resource professional. She speaks, writes and consults on a wide-range of career-related topics and is known for a practical, to-the-point and engaging facilitation style.Deirdre Pickerell, Ph. D., est une professionnelle... Read More →

Tuesday January 29, 2019 11:00 - 12:15
Room | Salle 206


207-1: (Carousels) Creating & Delivering Integrated Programming- A Guide
Futureworx will present their proven Integrated Program Model (IPM) for connecting people to employment opportunities through the development of the right soft, essential and technical skills. Discussion will cover working with employers to build and deliver programming, key element and tools, and practical suggestions for success.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Understand the principles of the Futureworx IPM
  • Appreciate key factors of success in Integrated Program design/delivery
  • Explore a detailed IPM example

Speakers | Conférenciers
avatar for Ann Boyd

Ann Boyd

Project Manager, Futureworx
Ann Boyd is a Project Manager with the Futureworx Society. As a member of the Futureworx team, Ann helps programs thrive in tough, outcome-based competitive environments using the Integrated Program Model.

Tuesday January 29, 2019 11:00 - 12:15
Room | Salle 207


207-3: (Carousels) Quality Assurance for Supported Employment Services
We know we do good work but can we validate it? Tell clients, funders and employers that we provide superior service? In 2018 ODEN launched an initiative focused on the key components of vision, mission and values of our employment service providers who serve people with a disability. Findings, benchmarks and methods for other provinces to engage in similar work will be shared.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Introduce the service quality guidelines 
  • Share performance indicators developed to date including principles and benchmarks
  • The Service Quality Scorecard and Community of Practice in Ontario

Speakers | Conférenciers
avatar for Jeannette Campbell

Jeannette Campbell

General Manager, Centre for Excellence, Ontario Disability Employment Network
Jeannette Campbell has 20+ years of demonstrated success providing service, program design, evaluation and partnership development with educational institutions, service agencies, all levels of government, and private sector stakeholders.

Tuesday January 29, 2019 11:00 - 12:15
Room | Salle 207


207-4: (Carousels) The Disability Confident Employer Program
Funded by the Government of Canada, CCRW will produce the pilot Disability Confident Employer Program consisting of an interactive online training of best practices that will educate and train 50 employers, collectively, in Alberta, Ontario and New Brunswick who are currently hiring persons with disabilities and recognize them as Disability Confident.

Learning Outcomes:
  • The foundation and purpose of the training
  • What the training entails
  • How to use the training as a resource

Speakers | Conférenciers
avatar for Tiffany Kelly

Tiffany Kelly

Project Lead - Disability Confident Employer Program, The Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work
With a background in disability, Tiffany Kelly knows of the employment struggles persons with disabilities face. Her goal is to create a program to educate and support those who hire and recruit to help increase disability-inclusiveness.
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Ciara Williams

Project Collaborator - Disability Confident Employer Program, The Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work
Ciara Williams has a background in social work and completed an MSc in Evidence-Based Social Intervention at the University of Oxford. She has been applying her research skills to the program's development and evaluation.

Tuesday January 29, 2019 11:00 - 12:15
Room | Salle 207


207-5: (Carousels) The Soft Skills Edge: Training for Resilience
We know soft skills are in demand. So how do we train for them? Research shows that these are the skills that employers are seeking, and the skills that workers need to thrive and adapt to change. This session presents the results of a new, workplace-embedded soft skills training program piloted by non-profit ABC Life Literacy Canada in fall 2018.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Learn the results of ABC’s workplace soft skills training pilot
  • Explore why soft skills are so relevant to today’s workforce
  • Discuss best practices in soft skills training

Speakers | Conférenciers
avatar for Maddy Macnab

Maddy Macnab

Project Manager, ABC Life Literacy Canada
Maddy Macnab is a Project Manager at ABC Life Literacy Canada. ABC Life Literacy Canada is a national charitable organization that provides workplace training and essential skills programs for adult learners across Canada.

Tuesday January 29, 2019 11:00 - 12:15
Room | Salle 207


209: Comment saisir les rapports au travail contemporains? | Understanding Contemporary Attitudes Toward Work
Les transformations structurelles (p.ex., nouvelles formes d’organisation du travail) et culturelles (p.ex., valeurs en émergence) du travail contemporain ont engendré une diversification des rapports au travail (Mercure & Vultur, 2010). Cette communication présentera le questionnaire développé par notre équipe de recherche avec l’objectif de saisir plus finement les différentes facettes de la relation de l’individu au travail en général et à sa vie de travail ainsi que les nuances possibles dans leurs articulations.

Objectifs d’apprentissage :
  • Explorer les fondements des transformations contemporaines du rapport au travail
  • Comprendre les différents aspects que recouvre le rapport au travail
  • Découvrir un questionnaire novateur pour évaluer le rapport au travail

Contemporary transformations in work, both structural (such as new forms of work organization) and cultural (such as emerging values), have diversified attitudes toward work (Mercure & Vultur, 2010). This session will present the questionnaire that our research team has developed in order to more clearly understand the various facets of individuals’ attitudes toward work in general and toward their work lives, as well as possible nuances in how these facets are manifested.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Explore the foundations of contemporary transformations in attitudes toward work
  • Understand the various aspects of attitudes toward work
  • Learn about an innovative questionnaire for assessing attitudes toward work

Speakers | Conférenciers
avatar for Geneviève Fournier

Geneviève Fournier

Professeure | Professor, Université Laval
Professeure en sciences de l'orientation, Geneviève Fournier mènent depuis plus de 20 ans des recherches sur les trajectoires professionnelles atypiques, l'insertion et les transitions socioprofessionnelles. Elle s'intéresse également aux transformations contemporaines du rapport... Read More →
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Simon Viviers

Professeur | Professor, Université Laval
Les recherches et enseignements de Simon Viviers portent sur les enjeux psychiques et sociaux du travail dans le monde contemporain et sur les pratiques de recherche et d’accompagnement en groupe et en collectif.Simon Viviers’ research and teaching is concerned with contemporary... Read More →

Tuesday January 29, 2019 11:00 - 12:15
Room | Salle 209


210: Using Metaphors for Exploration, Extension and Engagement
Metaphors are commonly used in conversation and can be incorporated as an effective career counselling tool. In this presentation, I will be focusing on how to identify metaphors, how to explore their meaning, finding ways to extend this exploration over time, and finally how to engage and work with metaphors to develop effective action planning strategies.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Learn how to explore the meaning behind metaphors
  • Learn how to use extension to consider ongoing development
  • Learn how to actively engage with changing metaphors

Speakers | Conférenciers
avatar for Norman Amundson

Norman Amundson

Professor, University of British Columbia
Norm Amundson has just "refired" from the University of British Columbia. He has presented at many conferences and focuses his work on creativity, hope, metaphor, affirmation and active engagement. He is a widely published author.

Tuesday January 29, 2019 11:00 - 12:15
Room | Salle 210


211: Look Beyond Job Titles - A New Approach
To prepare youth for the future of work, we need to move them away from considering only the jobs and careers available to them, and shift their attention to the problems and opportunities that exist in the world. This simple shift will unlock new opportunities, a different way to see the world and a powerful approach to preparing for success.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Describe important work problems, challenges and opportunities
  • Learn why we should 'flip the model' of career development
  • Integrate the Challenge Method in their career development work

Speakers | Conférenciers
avatar for JP Michel

JP Michel

Founder, SparkPath
JP Michel is SparkPath's founder and is the recipient of the 2017 Outstanding Career Professional award from the Career Professionals of Canada. JP has an MSc in industrial-organizational psychology from the University of Manchester.

Tuesday January 29, 2019 11:00 - 12:15
Room | Salle 211


213: Future Skills: Preparing for the Future of Work
New and emerging technologies (e.g. automation, artificial intelligence) affect every aspect of Canadians' lives, including the workplace. This session will highlight how the Government of Canada is responding to the changing nature of work by encouraging collaboration amongst public, private and not-for-profit organizations to identify emerging skills and effective skills development approaches to ensure Canadians are prepared for the future.

Learning outcomes:
  • Learn about Future Skills, including the Council and the Centre
  • Encourage collaboration amongst actors in the skills development ecosystem
  • Understand importance of evidence-based policy and program adoption

Speakers | Conférenciers
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Rhonda Fernandes

Executive Director, Skills Innovation, Employment and Social Development Canada
Rhonda Fernandes is Executive Director, Skills Innovation, at Employment and Social Development Canada. She is supporting the Government’s launch of Future Skills, which will promote innovation in skills policy and programs.

Tuesday January 29, 2019 11:00 - 12:15
Room | Salle 213


214-1: (Carousels) Career Boost Connections: Holistic Support for Student Success
Ryerson University’s work-study program, Career Boost, has grown from strength to strength. Building on that success, a wrap-around model of support has been designed to offer student staff and employers a range of resources and support. Learn how your institution can create a similar model of support to maximize the benefits student staff gain from your work study program.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Understand steps taken to implement a student staff development program
  • Gain tools to develop experiential learning opportunities for student staff
  • Learn about support for students and employers during placement

Speakers | Conférenciers
avatar for Emily Jones

Emily Jones

Manager, Assessment & Development, Ryerson University Career & Co-op Centre
Emily Jones, Ryerson University Career & Co-op Centre’s Manager, Assessment & Development has over 10 years of experience leading teams and working as an educator in the non-profit, academic and government sectors.

Tuesday January 29, 2019 11:00 - 12:15
Room | Salle 214


214-2: (Carousels) Employer Engagement: Tips and Tools for Success
Job developers work with two caseloads, our clients and employers. Engaging employers is critical in order to successfully match clients. Understanding how to engage employers is key for anyone working in employment services. This presentation shows how inclusion of employers as central stakeholders will open more doors for all clients.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Have an understanding of the importance of employers
  • Have tips to successfully engage with employers
  • Understand why employers want to work with you

Speakers | Conférenciers
avatar for Catherine Tosello

Catherine Tosello

Team Lead Job Development, Sault College
Catherine Tosello has worked for Sault College for over 27 years in various positions. An instructor in the Developmental Services Worker program, she is a Team Lead in the CICE program and Team Lead in Job Development.

Tuesday January 29, 2019 11:00 - 12:15
Room | Salle 214


214-3: (Carousels) How to Adapt Concept-Mapping Intervention to Client Needs
The "It All Adds Up" concept-mapping intervention is designed to foster student wellness in the realm of careers. Learn how Queen’s University and the University of Waterloo have each adapted and refined it to meet their distinct campus/student cultures and needs, and identify how your organization, too, can play with this method to support client wellness.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Recognize how this concept-mapping intervention works
  • Identify how to adapt intervention to different institutional/client cultures/needs
  • Discuss how to target intervention to support your clients' needs

Speakers | Conférenciers
avatar for Katie Denomme

Katie Denomme

Manager, Career Education and Post-Graduate ServicesnCentre for Career Action, University of Waterloo
Katie Denomme is the Manager of Career Education and Post-Graduate Services at the University of Waterloo’s Centre for Career Action. She co-ordinates the development, delivery and evaluation of career programming for Waterloo’s undergraduate and graduate students, post-docs... Read More →
avatar for Amy Evans

Amy Evans

Communications, Digital Marketing and Projects Intern, Queen’s University Career Services and Division of Student Affairs
Amy Evans is a marketing and communications intern with Career Services at Queen’s University, where she is studying public health and environmental studies.
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Miguel Hahn

Head Career Counsellor, Queen's University
Miguel Hahn is Head Career Counsellor at Queen’s University. His training includes education, counselling psychology, and business, with 14 years experience in Career Education leading successful projects like the CACEE award-winning Major Maps.

Tuesday January 29, 2019 11:00 - 12:15
Room | Salle 214


214-4: (Carousels) Pre-Employment Training for Job Fit and Retention
Based on a pilot project funded by the Local Employment Planning Council, and overseen by South Essex Community Council, we will share lessons learned and best practices developed by a pre-hiring soft skills training initiative. The program was supported by employers with job sampling, in the agri-business sector in small town Ontario. Pre- and post-testing helped to validate results.
Learning Outcomes:
  • Understand challenges and successes in developing and running the program
  • Create awareness of research structure for the pilot program
  • Identify best practices for employee recruitment and retention

Speakers | Conférenciers
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Michelle Suchiu

Executive Director, Workforce Windsor Essex
Michelle Suchiu is the Executive Director of Workforce WindsorEssex. Michelle works with the staff and a volunteer board of directors to foster a stronger understanding of current and future workforce needs in Windsor Essex.
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Carolyn Warkentin

Executive Director, South Essex Community Council
Carolyn Warkentin has been the Executive Director at South Essex Community Council for the past 10 years. She has 18 years of experience working in the employment and settlement sectors, having both delivered front line services, as well as managed a variety of programs .

Tuesday January 29, 2019 11:00 - 12:15
Room | Salle 214


215-1: (Carousels) Accessing Credit: How Microloans Are Getting People Jobs
Despite the availability of career practitioners and resources, many people are not finding work. Often, the barriers to employment are not because of a lack of opportunities, but rather the financial costs of obtaining employment. This session will discuss the Job Boost program, and how issuing small microloans to under/unemployed individuals who need financial assistance is improving their employability.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Value of micro-lending in career services
  • Understanding how micro-lending can lead to better/ more fulfilling employment
  • Understanding of how accessing small credit can increase employability

Speakers | Conférenciers
avatar for Laura Diaz

Laura Diaz

Trades Training Program Facilitator, Momentum Community Economic Development Society
Laura Diaz is a Program Facilitator at Momentum Community Economic Development Society. Trained as a social worker, Laura has 12+ years of extensive experience in human services, managing group homes, facilitating ESL and supporting marginalized individuals in the field of employment... Read More →

Tuesday January 29, 2019 11:00 - 12:15
Room | Salle 215


215-2: (Carousels) Mobilizing Work Study Supervisors as Career Champions
U of T’s Work Study program provides diverse work integrated learning opportunities for 3,500 students each year. Learn about the resources and training program, Career Exploration and Education, U of T has developed to equip and support staff and faculty Work Study supervisors in having meaningful career conversations throughout the Work Study period.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Articulate how Work Study is a meaningful work integrated learning opportunity
  • Describe the role and importance of mentorship in work integrated learning
  • Understand the impact of support tools and resources for supervisors

Speakers | Conférenciers
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Atifa Karim

Co-ordinator, Student Peer Programs, University of Toronto
Atifa Karim is the Co-ordinator, Student Peer Programs for Career Exploration and Education at the University of Toronto. She has an MEd in higher education, and has worked in careers, orientation and transition, and academic advising.

Tuesday January 29, 2019 11:00 - 12:15
Room | Salle 215


215-3: (Carousels) Designing for Student Career Development and Success
UVic applied design thinking to develop an experiential learning program; students discover their purpose by reflecting on these questions: What do you love? What are you great at? What does the world need? What can you be paid for? Learn how these questions engaged students, faculty and staff across campus, resulting in a program that supports student and institutional success.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Gain an overview of the program and results
  • Learn how students, faculty and staff contributed to the design
  • Understand the research methods used to evaluate the program

Speakers | Conférenciers
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Joy Andrews

Career Educator, Special Projects, University of Victoria, Co-op and Career
Joy Andrews, Career Educator, UVic Co-op + Career, and Certified Career Development Practitioner with 20 years of experience in post-secondary and community. She holds a master’s degree in adult education and is co-ordinating UVic’s program.

Tuesday January 29, 2019 11:00 - 12:15
Room | Salle 215


215-4: (Carousels) Employment Factors Enhancing Organization-Based Self-Esteem Among PWD
16% of Canadians have a disability. Previous studies have mostly focused on workplace accommodation. This study will investigate job factors as predictors of organization-based self-esteem (OBSE) among employees with disabilities. The expected result is that the greater the satisfaction that PWDs find in the selected job factors, the higher the OBSE level. Hence, if organizations succeed in optimizing these factors, they will engage and retain PWDs.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Gaining knowledge about job factors as predictors of OBSE
  • Identify research gaps in the field of disability
  • How this research will help organizations to engage and retain PWDs

Speakers | Conférenciers
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Amani Hitimana

Director -at-Large, Ontario Disability Employment Network
Amani Hitimana is Directeur-at-Large at ODEN, PhD researcher in adult education and community development at the University of Toronto, and works at Christian Horizons as a Program Manager.

Tuesday January 29, 2019 11:00 - 12:15
Room | Salle 215


215-5: (Carousels) The Begin Again Group: Empowering Refugee Women Through Microenterprise
The Begin Again Group represents a new beginning for both the eight participants and the recycled rubber used to fabricate unique purses. The BAG project was made possible by leveraging the talents and resilience of refugee women in combination with the enthusiasm of an artist-mentor, contributions from community partners, and the creative vision and co-ordination provided by KEYS staff.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Designing a creative model to better serve multi-barriers clients
  • Building up the resilience of vulnerable clients
  • Addressing psychosocial barriers to employment of refugee women

Speakers | Conférenciers
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Wessam Ayad

Senior Newcomer Women's Mentoring Co-ordinator, KEYS Job Centre
Wessam Ayad is the Senior Newcomer Women's Mentoring Co-ordinator at KEYS Job Centre. Wessam believes strongly in the talents, creativity and persistence of newcomer women and how they can contribute enormously to the Canadian economy.
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Madeleine Nerenberg

Newcomer Services Manager, KEYS Job Centre
Madeleine Nerenberg is the Manager responsible for newcomer services at KEYS Job Centre, overseeing creative and culturally-competent and solution-focused employment, language and (re)settlement services for immigrants, refugees and other newcomers.

Tuesday January 29, 2019 11:00 - 12:15
Room | Salle 215