Resource Library

Putting it all together.

Resources for career planning, training and education.

This is a great place to start your research and gain access to additional sources and site links.  

 

 

 

 

Volunteer in Middlesex - Resources

Volunteer in Middlesex 

Areas of involvement

... volunteers is vital to the success of our home, we have many volunteer opportunities and we always welcome new volunteers. Contact ... 519-245-3953 Information on Recreation Programs & Volunteer Opportunities Marcy Welch 519-245-2520 Information on ...

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Agri-Business, Resources for Middlesex

MAKE IT IN MIDDLESEX | AGRI-BUSINESS

 

Middlesex County is a Canadian leader in agribusiness. The County is home to top-quality food producers and other agricultural operations, a centre of excellence for innovative farming science, food processing, research and development, technical expertise, and the tools and services needed for efficient and effective farming and agribusiness operations. 

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Make it in Middlesex - Tourism

MAKE IT IN MIDDLESEX | TOURISM

 

Middlesex County is a popular all-season destination for residents of London and other nearby cities looking to trade a day or two of city life for the tranquility, beauty and quaint rural towns and areas. From championship golf courses, to fine dining and exceptional shopping opportunities, to some of the most unique historical and cultural attractions in Sou

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Arts and Culture, Career & Professional Development Resources

Arts and Culture Resources

                                                                                                     
Career & Professional Development Resources

 HST For Artists

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TechAlliance - Start Up Services

  

TechAlliance -START-UP SERVICES

Access advisory services for start-up and early stage tech companies.

Take advantage of competitions, awards, conferences, media opportunities and funding sources.

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EDC's view on Canadian Agriculture

EDC (Export Development Canada) is a self financed Crown corporation created to develop and assist Canada's export trade activities. It provides a variety of services meant to bonding products and small business solutions for Canadian exporters, supporting direct investment in and outside of Canada, financing and insuring foreign trade operations, and identifying and initiating partnerships with various countries.

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Elgin Economic Report Card for Women - 2014

Women’s Economic Security. Elgin St. Thomas Community.Report Card 2014.This Elgin St. Thomas Community Report Card documents the current state of economic well-being for women using indicators that measure economic participation and the resources required for a standard of living that promotes social inclusion. The goal of the report card is to profile economic well-being for women and to highlight efforts underway to promote prosperous communities.

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Key Performance Indicators - Ontario Colleges

 

Key Performance Indicators - Ontario Colleges

Since 1998, colleges have been mandated by the Ontario government to collect and report performance data in five areas – graduate satisfaction, student satisfaction, employer satisfaction, employment rate, and graduation rate. Gathered by an independent research company, the KPI results show that Ontario’s colleges achieve consistently high results when measured by students, graduates and employers.

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Working in the Green Economy

What work opportunities are in the Green Economy?

By a quick glance over the names of the industries included in the Green Economy you would quickly draw an answer: Biogas, Biomass, Geotermal, Green Building and Construction, Green Infrastructure, Solar Photovoltaic, and Sustainable Forestry and Wind.

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Find your career in Agriculture

Why consider a career in Agriculture?

The following document provides a brief overview of potential career paths in Agriculture business on an intuitive graphical display of information.

However, the qestion has multiple answers and angles. Obviously there are costs and benefits associated to a career in Agriculture. The authors of the document identified the following list of potential benefits: high quality, high paying, rewarding, entrepreneurship, potentialy work for a multi-national corporation, and oportunity to transfer skills.

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Ontario Resources for Persons with Disabilities.

Ontario Resources for Persons with Disabilities

Source: Ontario WorkinfoNet, www.onwin.ca

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Local Resources for Persons with Disabilities.

 

ATN   Access for Persons with Disabilities.   Skills for Employment -
    141 Dundas St Ste 504, London, ON N6A 1G3 519-433-7950, Website

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Local Resources for Immigrants.

Links and Resources for Immigrants

Below you will find resources and local initiatives focused on helping immigrants and newcomers to London-Middlesex, Elgin and Oxford.

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Local Resources for Immigrants.

 

Links and Resources for Immigrants

Below you will find resources and local initiatives focused on helping immigrants and newcomers to London-Middlesex, Elgin and Oxford.

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Ontario MTCU: Job trends forecast

Ontario's Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (OMTCU) acknowledges the difficulty of predicting the occupations of the future due to the multitude of factors contributing to the labour market dynamics: economic cycles, technology, demographics and behaviors. The main certainty remains the fact that the new jobs will require considerable education and training. Consequently, OMTCU proposes to refocus on predicting occupations grouped by the required level of training and education.

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