Stephanie Kovacs is a member of the Henvey Inlet First Nation and approached Gezhtoojig Employment and Training about getting some assistance with completing her OSSD - Ontario Secondary School Diploma. We discussed the Academic Upgrading options that were available to her through Gezhtoojig’s Programs and Services. Stephanie attended the N’Swakamok Alterative School that is [...]
Cambrian recognizes Gezhtoojig Employment and Training with College’s highest honour At its 48th annual Convocation ceremonies, held June 2-3, Cambrian College recognized Gezhtoojig Employment and Training with its highest honour: the Dr. Fred Sheridan Award. An essential community partner to Cambrian, Gezhtoojig Employment and Training has been a leading resource centre for Anishnabek people for [...]
Education is invaluable. Learn as much as you can and seize every opportunity to educate yourself.
Whatever challenge you encounter in life or school, you can overcome it…when you do it – the reward is more rewarding in the end.
Would like to see more First Nations people in the trades industry.
Don’t be afraid to ask questions as the design field is relatively new and nothing is laid out in stone. Working for myself has allowed me the freedom to do what I want and work with people that I want to work with.
Be well organized and mentally prepared and open to new learning opportunities. In difficult times which you may face along your career path, to never give up and push through to accomplish your goals.
Encourages self-employment to those seeking an empowering and rewarding career.
When you are working, it is an extremely fast-paced environment and very rewarding.