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Online workshop series aims to assist job seekers during pandemic

Six workshop to be hosted through November, December
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NEWS RELEASE
EMPLOYMENT SOLUTIONS
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The COVID-19 pandemic has made 2020 an unprecedented year, one that has created many challenges for job seekers and the labour market. To help local residents navigate this difficult environment, Sault College Employment Solutions will be holding a series of six online workshops in November and December on topics relating to job searching during the pandemic, non-traditional employment opportunities, and key life skills such as managing stress and personal finances.

“At Employment Solutions we continue to offer all of our regular services virtually for the protection of both clients and staff,” said Maggie Catterick, Director of Sault College Employment Solutions. “We’ve been delivering webinars for several months now and we’re excited to be branching into some new topic areas with this latest series. We encourage anyone who hasn’t used our services to give us a call. We are here to help and we customize our services to fit the needs of each individual.”

To reserve a spot for any of the sessions below, please find the appropriate event page on the Sault College Employment Solutions Facebook page. You can also reserve spots or obtain mor information by phoning 705-945-0705 or emailing webinquiryssm@saultcollege.ca

What Employers Want: Banking Sector (Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2 - 3 p.m.)
Featuring special guest Mike Tasse of the Royal Bank of Canada.

Mental Health, Stress, and Resilience (Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2 - 3 p.m.)
Featuring guest presenter Lisa Carricato of the Canadian Mental Health Association.

Flexible Jobs and Work from Home Jobs (Friday, Nov. 27, 2 - 3 p.m.)

Personal Finance and Budgeting (Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2 - 3 p.m.)
Featuring special guest Dan Jensen of TD Canada Trust.

Networking: How to Unlock Hidden Opportunities (Thursday, Dec. 3, 2 - 3 p.m.)

Online Job Searching and Applications (Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2 - 3 p.m.)

All workshops will take place as online webinars that can be accessed by a computer or smartphone, with no special software or downloads required. As a bonus, each session will also see one lucky participant win a draw prize for a $25 gift card to Tim Horton’s!

For more information on Sault College Employment Solutions, please phone 705-945-0705, email webinquiryssm@saultcollege.ca, or visit here

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