The Neil Squire Society’s Employ-Ability program recently helped Gale in Saskatchewan overcome a lifelong impairment and venture out into the workforce with renewed confidence.
Jason Olson was in a rut when he decided to pack up and head west from his hometown of Edmonton to the excitement and unknown possibilities of Vancouver.
Victor used the business skills he learned in the Employ-Ability program to secure a job for the coming summer and looks forward to opportunities for further employment.
From the time we can remember, employers have advertised their positions to find suitable candidates
“I have a mantra that goes like this: accept, survive and don’t give up hope”, says Madeleine, who was diagnosed in her 40s with a vascular malformation in her brain stem.