Manitoba Youth Job Centre closing for the season Aug. 16

As summer begins to slowly wind down, so does the program at the Thompson Manitoba Youth Job Centre (MYJC). As the Youth Engagement Leader, I’d like to thank a number of people for their support throughout our successful season.

To begin with, a big thank-you goes out to my sponsoring committee, the Manitoba Jobs and Skills Development Centre, who have been very supportive of the MYJC Program. As well, many thanks are due to the numerous employers, both businesses and homeowners, who have placed job orders with the centre this summer. Your participation in the job referral service provides youth and students in our community with the opportunity to gain work experience and an income. Thank you to all of the volunteers who helped out at any of our events, and to the community members who attended. The MYJC program depends on the partnership with community members, and our success is due largely to you. Thanks!

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Last, but not least, a huge thank you goes out to the students and youth who registered with the centre. We hope that your job search continues to be successful!

The MYJC offices close for the season on Friday, Aug. 16. We will reopen in May of 2020, so be sure to look for us in spring. If you have any last-minute questions about the MYJC and its services, please don’t hesitate to call me at 204-677-6515. Enjoy the rest of your summer!

Rachelle Halls

(MYJC Youth Engagement Leader, summer 2019)


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