Saint John Learning Exchange

Workplace Essential Skills Program (WESLinks)

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Contact Information
Office Phone 506-648-0202
Fax 506-658-0785
E-Mail info@sjle.org
Website www.sjle.org
Social Media Facebook Facebook: www.facebook.com/SJLearningExchange/
Primary Contact Erin MacKenney, Coordinator; Email: erin.mackenney@sjle.org
Alternate Contact Gary Flanagan, Facilitator; Email: gary.flanagan@sjle.org
Description & Services
Cross Reference Workplace Essential Skills Program (WESLinks)
Description of service(s) Increase your skills and employability through classroom training, project-based learning and paid work experience. WESLinks is an individualized, goal-based practical workplace program that can provide support and resume-boosting certificates and training while you job search.
Areas Served Saint John ; Waterloo Village
Eligibility Ages: 18 year(s) and up
Application Sign up by calling The Saint John Learning Exchange and making an appointment for an initial intake assessment and meeting.
Languages English
Fees None ; None, No-charge services
Location information
Located In Community Saint John
Address & Map
Social Enterprise Hub
139 Prince Edward St
Saint John, NB E2L 3S3
 
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Accessibility Fully Accessible ; ***Note that accessibility is self-reported. Please contact the organization before arrival***
Other Details
Service Level (50) Non Profit
Subjects
Service Categories Professional Skills Development Support

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