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Employment Resource Centre wants employers' input

North Island College’s Employment Resource Centre invites community employers in Courtenay and Campbell River to complete a short survey.

The purpose of the survey is to enhance our ability to support employers in connecting with our qualified students when local employment opportunities become available, to discern what services are needed within our communities, and to discover what partnerships employers are interested in developing.

A second goal of the survey is to determine how many employers (and from what industry) are interested in hiring our Co-operative Education students.

The survey will begin Sept. 21 in Courtenay and Sept. 23 in Campbell River and will end prior to Oct. 21.

To begin, click on the following link: www.surveyfeedback.ca/surveys/wsb.dll/s/1g1275.

To ask a question or provide additional information, contact Treena Nadon, the employment service adviser, at 250-334-5076 Mondays to Wednesdays in Courtenay or 250-923-9739 Thursdays and Fridays in Campbell River.

The Employment Resource Centre looks forward to receiving responses.

— Employment Resource Centre

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