A quiet yet determined young lady with multiple barriers, graduated from Commonwealth College’s Office Administration program. She secured a well-paying position in the accounting department of an international company.
Commonwealth College would like to thank our partners for providing our students with volunteer, work experience and employment opportunities: Siloam Mission Southeast Personal Care Home Arctic Co-Operatives Ltd.
These companies and organizations are changing Winnipeg’s work force demographic through their inclusivity policies involving our First Nations People.
Commonwealth College is the starting point for change in the lives of our students. Our community partners foster the growth and change in their lives and the lives of future generations by providing fair and equal employment opportunities.
overcame huge physical and emotional barriers to graduate from Culinary Arts and Baking. She worked her way up in a personal care home to kitchen supervisor, but unfortunately, life threw her another curve with more illness. Her inner strength and confidence in her abilities allowed her to overcome this challenge and she has since has secured a position in an alternative career path and remains gainfully employed.
So excited to start my new Culinary job today…I am super freaking happy at the moment!!!
I start work today at 5:00pm” says a student in the Culinary Arts Program