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Province to support seven recent graduates at Vector Aerospace
(L to R): Divine Pascual, recent graduate and Minister Richard Brown, Workforce and Advanced Learning pose for a photo at Vector Aerospace. Looking on in photo is Jeff Poirier, President of Vector Aerospace and Brett Ramsay, recent graduate.
Funding support for seven new recent graduate positions at Vector Aerospace under the Canada-PEI Job Fund was officially announced today by Workforce and Advanced Learning Minister Richard Brown.
Veterinary technician receives mentorship at Cornwall Veterinary Clinic
(L to R): Registered Veterinary Technician Falina Dovick; Minister Richard Brown, Workforce and Advanced Learning; and Dr. Sheila McIver, Cornwall Veterinary Clinic owner and client Brooklyn pose for a photo at the Cornwall Veterinary Clinic.
Falina Dovick, a recent graduate and registered veterinary technician had the opportunity to develop her skills in her field of study at the Cornwall Veterinary Clinic, says Minister Richard Brown, Workforce and Advanced Learning.
New website connects job seekers with employers and other services
Devin Bruce, Chief Business Development Officer and Partner at Thinking Big meets with Minister Richard Brown, Workforce and Advanced Learning to check out the new WorkPEI website.
A new employment website for local employers and job seekers, WorkPEI.ca, is now live, says Minister Richard Brown, Workforce and Advanced Learning.
Self Employ PEI client takes future into her own hands
Self Employ PEI client Emily McRae and Minister Richard Brown, Workforce and Advanced Learning, met last week to discuss McRae's new nutrition business which opened its doors in February. McRae's office is located in the Tignish Health Centre.
Self Employ PEI client Emily McRae is taking her future into her own hands by starting her own business, says Minister Richard Brown, Workforce and Advanced Learning.