Skidegate Career Centre has grand opening

  • Nov. 28, 2008 12:00 p.m.

The Skidegate Career Development Centre has been open since January, but no matter, they held their belated grand opening Nov. 28 anyway. Willy Russ is the career councillor in-training and its his job to help people find work of their own. He can help people find a career they will enjoy for a lifetime (or a good number of years anyway), get started on a small business or just find a job to tide them over for the short term. The centre, which is tucked on the corner of 3rd Avenue across from Gwaii Co-op, has a resource library, free computers and is open Tuesdays and Fridays. It shares space with the Skidegate Band Council’s Social Development program and Literacy Haida Gwaii. Mr. Russ is also available at the Queen Charlotte office on Wednesday and Thursday each week.

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