Amit came to see the Neil Squire Society’s Employ-Ability program because he had been out of work for some time and found that his blindness was a real barrier to finding and maintaining employment.
Maureen was referred to the Neil Squire Society’s Employ-Ability program by her case worker at Ontario Works.
Lorna Jean is a highly successful graduate of the Neil Squire Society’s Employ-Ability program offered at the Footprints Centre in Penticton, British Columbia.
After graduating from the Employ-Ability program, Tyler launched his new career at Sony Playstation’s online gaming network as a platform monitor.
For over two years, the Burnaby office of the Neil Squire Society has provided volunteer opportunities for numerous young people in the Katimavik Youth Program. Since September of this year, that relationship has grown to include the Neil Squire Society offices in Ottawa, Fredericton and Moncton.