We are thrilled to sponsor the Employment and Volunteerism Neighbourhood at the Age Friendly Sarnia Seniors Expo on Thursday June 13 from 10-7 at the Sarnia Arena. We look forward to seeing you there!
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Thank you to those employers who participated in cooperative education and learning programs for Sarnia Lambton students this year. We look forward to celebrating the learning opportunities that you provide and to recognizing the student award winners for their outstanding Career Fair Display Boards at our Employer Appreciation Breakfast, which will be held on Wednesday… Read more »
We are pleased to announce the June speaker in the Enbridge Famous 5 Speaker Series, Member of Parliament Marilyn Gladu. Marilyn worked as a professional engineer, Engineering Manager, Director of Engineering and consultant with our local Petrochemical Industries. She is now serving our community as the Member of Parliament for Sarnia- Lambton, focusing on creating… Read more »
We are very proud to support the YMCA Celebration of Youth Awards again this year! Recognized regionally as one of Ontario’s most prestigious awards for youth, the Celebration of Youth Awards honour local youth, 17-20 years of age, whose outstanding talents and achievements have made a difference in our community. The awards focus on youth… Read more »
We are very excited to be taking part in the PAIRS Career Exploration Event at Lambton College on May 8. Spend time learning about careers in our community from more than 70 employers in our region. Industries showcasing careers include technology, trades, business, health, service, agriculture and community service. The Partners Active in Resource Sharing… Read more »
We are pleased to announce the next speaker in the Enbridge Famous 5 Speaker Series. Geraldine Robertson is a woman on a mission. As a survivor of two residential schools in Ontario, she has become an educator and advocate for survivors of residential schools in her home community of Sarnia and across the country. Robertson… Read more »