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World Skills is Proud to Support Advancing New Canadian Women in Technology (ANCWT)

February 02, 2018

 

ANCWT is a bridging program for new immigrants and Syrian refugee women who have technical skills in engineering, technology, computer science and information technology from their home country. To find out more, visit www.ancwt.ca.

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  1. Kseniia Kozhina says:

    Good afternoon !

    My name is Ksenia and i has been using computers, software/hardware and I will be attending Algonquin in August 2018 to obtain a certificate Mobile and Web User Experience Design PROGRAM online.

    I am looking to obtain a job, internship to learn on the job skills and gain experience in the industry.I wish to be a Software tester in the future and i am really need to get experience.

    I would welcome the opportunity to discuss further details on the position with you personally. May be you have something, volunteering opportunities or internship.

    Please contact me at +1 613-858-8796
    or by e-mail: kseniya85kozhina@gmail.com

    Thank you for your time and consideration.

    • Jan Riopelle says:

      Good afternoon Kseniia,

      Thank you for contacting World Skills Employment Centre. Congratulations on your upcoming studies at Algonquin College. You are certainly preparing yourself for a growing sector and I wish you best of luck.

      I greatly appreciate your interest in volunteering at World Skills. Although we do not have any opportunities for your area of interest, we could potentially help you find opportunities elsewhere. If you are a foreign born professional who is eligible to work in Canada and reside in Ontario, you could register with World Skills. To do so, go to the “Contact Us’ tab on our website http://www.ottawa-worldskills.org and request an appointment to meet one of our employment counsellors.

      I wish you all the best.

      Regards,
      Jan

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