gateway to life-long learning opportunities"
Job Quest - Career Services
Quest's Workshops Get You Ready for a Successful Job Search
Job Quest - Career Services you will be provided with all
of the tools and support that you will need to prepare yourself
for a successful job search. You will also receive help
in planning your training or career path.
all the new and changing employment opportunities in the Selkirk
and Interlake area, it is more important then ever to be prepared
- before you hear about that interesting job opening
or see that perfect job advertised. We can even help
you discover ways of learning about openings before
they are advertised.
provide workshops on resume writing, career planning, interviewing
skills and job search techniques. Our services are also
available in Stonewall, Gimli, Arborg and Fisher Branch.
Our resource area contains many informative publications on
training progams and institutions. You will also find
up-to-date information on employment trends. Visit our
job bank postings regularly to learn who is hiring right now.
Job Quest now, or drop in to see us at the Selkirk and District
Community Learning Centre (511 Robinson Avenue). We
would be pleased to tell you how our workshops can help you
develop the personal marketing tools you will need in your
job search and also assist you in your career and training
exploration. Phone (204) 482-2100 or
Free (866) 482-2100.
Quest is on a quest for its own unique logo. Do you
have graphic artist abilities, a penchant for capturing the
visual essence of what a targeted job search entails?
you are interested in competing to create the new Job Quest
logo, call Kathryn Kunkel, Job Quest Program Supervisor, at
482-2100 or toll free (866) 482-2100.
for Aboriginal Human Resource Development
The Selkirk & District Community Learning Centre and CAHRD,
Centre for Aboriginal Human Resource Development, have formed
a partnership. Through this partnership, CAHRD may make post-secondary
educational programs available to Aboriginal people at the
Selkirk & District Community Learning Centre. The
purpose would be to enhance access to and completion of post-secondary,
adult upgrading and basic education for Aboriginal individuals
and communities. The Selkirk & District Community
Learning Centre received a plaque from CAHRD during the Fall
Equinox Celebration 2005, "Celebrating Partnerships",
on September 21st. To view the plaque click
here (pdf file).
Selkirk & District Community Learning Centre have received
3 sets of Video and Audio Conferencing Equipment. A
BIG Thank You, goes to the eAssociation for providing
3 complete sets of equipment for Video Conferencing, and also
to MRnet for the CANARIE connection to allow our Centre to
connect with any University in Canada.
more information call Karen Keppler, Manager, at 482-2111.
Board Director's Wanted!
Selkirk & District Community Learning Centre is a non-profit,
charitable organization. We would like to welcome
a few more good Board Directors.
need people who believe in our Mission and our Vision and
are willing to spend the time to do the job well. To
view our Mission and Vision Statements click
you interested in a Director's Position? We encourage
you to explore our services and to contact us, especially
if you are interested in meeting your community's continuing
education and training needs.
here to go to the Volunteer Board Director Information
page (pdf file).
download or view the Volunteer Board Director's Application
Form (pdf file) click
River College - Gimli Campus:
- Red Cross CPR - Level C - November 30
and Spring 2006
Security Officer Training Certificate - January
Floristry Certificate - February 20
- Bookkeeping and Small Business Office Certificate - May
Courses are offered at the Selkirk & District
Community Learning Centre. For more information
on these courses, call (204)
642-5496 or check
- Gimli Campus web site at www.rrc.mb.ca/gimli
for Work has moved! The new office is now located
Main Street in Selkirk. A.I.M. for Work is a unique
Employment Program for Persons with Physical Disabilities.
Access to Computers
Selkirk & District Learning Centre has 6 computers that
can be used to access the internet, check emails, type out
a word document, or job search. All 6 computers have
Microsoft Office '97. Hours of operation is Monday to
Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
in to the Selkirk Learning Centre, 511 Robinson Ave., to get
on a computer and cruise the information highway!
your empty inkjet and laser cartridges to help us earn money!
Selkirk & District Community Learning Centre have enrolled
in a wonderful new fundraising program called InkBank Cartridge
Recycling. This program offers us an almost effortless
way to raise money to support our projects - and to protect
our planet. We earn money simply by recycling used printer,
fax and copier cartridges that were destined for the trash.
How You Can Help:
your inkjet or laser cartridges you use at home, workplace
friends, family, employers to help support our fundraising
only eligible cartridges.
off the empty cartridges to the Selkirk Learning Centre
or call to arrange for pick up (204) 482-2111.
Previously recycled or remanufactured cartridges cannot
& District Community Learning Centre
Robinson Ave., Selkirk, MB
get a list of all eligible
ink cartridges click
here. For more information on InkBank, please
contact Janice at the Selkirk Learning Centre:
you have a skill or a hobby you would like to share with others?
We are always looking for instructors and new ideas for courses
the Selkirk Learning Centre with your ideas at 482-2111 or
you interested in an ESL Course (English as a second language)
. For inquiries call the Selkirk Learning Centre at
482-2111 or email email@example.com.
You Interested in Computer
are creating a list of names of people who are interested
in taking computer training here at the Selkirk & District
Community Learning Centre. Let us know what type of
computer course and level you are interested in.
or email Janice for upcoming computer courses at the Selkirk
Learning Centre. Phone:
(204) 482-2111 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it
away from you."
~ B.B. King
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oceans are linked by the Panama Canal?
many blackbirds were baked in the pie?
animals would gather in a skulk?
bone is found with the tibia in the lower leg?
sports car evolved from the VW Beetle?
word can follow mother, father and home?
were the Samurai?
word means slower than the speed of sound?
Country has the tulip as its emblem?
here for Trivia answers!
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Selkirk & District Community Learning Centre Inc.
122-511 Robinson Ave.
Selkirk, MB R1A 1E5
Phone: (204) 482-2111
Selkirk Learning Centre is open Monday to Friday from
a.m. to 4:30 p.m.