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To support your work in building partnerships, we bring you the AMP Corporate Mentoring Toolkit. While we focus on businesses for the purpose of the toolkit, similar relationships can be cultivated with levels of government and government departments, churches, seniors’ lodges, unions, and other organizations. We have created a two-part toolkit to help your agency and your future corporate partners start and build upon mentoring opportunities. Everything in this toolkit is a step-by-step approach with considerations and questions to help guide the relationship building process. The toolkit is designed to help mentoring organizations identify, approach, and partner with businesses to recruit employee volunteer mentors, and to help corporate partners run an internal mentor recruitment camp...
Background Information - http://ideas.education.alberta.ca/hsc/progress/resources This video, Alberta Mentoring Partnership was designed to: • inspire thinking and conversation; • increase dialogue regarding potential next steps in supporting student success. We need to constantly look at, and reflect on, the barriers that impact student success and ultimate completion of high school. We need to understand the specific barriers, so we can decide on what needs to happen. This video highlights one of many projects underway in Alberta. Many of the project can inform capacity building in school jurisdictions to ensure success for all students. While Viewing the Video - Think about the following questions as you view this video. 1. What do you hear students/staff saying in the video? 2. As ...
‘Making a Difference by WORKING Together’ is the story of 3 valued employees with developmental disabilities in Alberta, and how Inclusion Alberta’s Rotary Employment Partnership worked with community partners to help create their jobs and support their continued successful employment. Hear the stories of Davey Santos at GeoLogic Systems in Calgary, Jill McGinn at REACH Edmonton and Brian Mandujano at ATB Financial in Edmonton. People with developmental disabilities have historically had an 80% unemployment rate in Alberta. Thanks to Alberta Rotary Clubs, Inclusion Alberta’s Rotary Employment Partnership is working to reverse this statistic, having created over 460 meaningful, well-paid jobs to date! The Rotary Employment Partnership is a collaboration between Districts 5370 & 5360 Rot...
The Alberta government is launching a recreation trails pilot project to maximize the potential of trails to: - attract visitors and strengthen local economies; - encourage people to be active; - provide opportunities to connect with nature; and - foster community engagement. A new organization called the Alberta Recreation Trails Partnership will be established with representatives from key groups who will work together to develop a co-ordinated and sustainable provincial recreation trails system, including motorized, non-motorized and mixed use trails. Find more information about recreation trails at http://www.tpr.alberta.ca/recreation/key-initiatives/recreation-trails/ Very special thanks to the Iron Horse Trail for their help in making this video happen.
Meet Johnny Thiessen, C2C Regional Director in Alberta. Will you join him in the work Jesus is doing in this province? We need your partnership. Please pray and consider giving financially. Thank you and God bless! GIVE: https://www.c2cnetwork.ca/give
On September 18, 2014, IBM Canada, Opokaa'sin Early Intervention Society and Alberta's Promise held a special event in Lethbridge, Alberta, to recognize IBM's decade-long contributions to early childhood learning and Aboriginal achievement in the province. IBM also announced the donations of another dozen Young Explorer workstations to deserving agencies in Alberta. Visit albertaspromise.org
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In 2007, Alberta's Promise partner IBM donated Young Explorer work stations to Big Brothers Big Sisters, providing children with a new opportunity to learn and grow. This is just one partnership success story Alberta's Promise has fostered over the years. Alberta’s Promise is a provincial organization that works with business, non-profit and community partners to pair community needs and resources, enhance the well-being of children and youth in Alberta, and recognize the organizations that do amazing things for kids. Get involved and help us make an important impact on the lives of children and youth! Visit albertaspromise.org
Alberta Aphasia Camp (http://uab.ca/aphasiacamp) is a weekend-long retreat held every September for people with aphasia and their families. Thirty-seven campers and 26 student volunteers from the U of A attended this year's camp at Lake Wabamun. Alberta Aphasia Camp is a partnership of the University of Alberta's Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine and March of Dimes Canada. Thank you to this year's sponsors: Organization of Alberta Students in Speech (OASIS), ATB Financial, Alberta Health Services - Staff charities fund, Edmonton Community Foundation, The Impress Corporation.
John McArthur, CEO of Millennium Promise, recognizes the efforts of University of Alberta students in their efforts to support social justice and the Millennium Villages. University of Alberta students are instituting a $15 per year
A partnership brokered by Alberta's Promise between Horse Lake First Nation and Sport Central helped children and families in the northern community access much-needed sports equipment to play hockey and get active.
A webinar hosted by Michael Janz with the Alberta Mentoring Partnership and Samantha Cochrane with the Canadian Women's Foundation. This webinar was based on the Girls Group Mentoring toolkit (http://mentoringgirls.ca) done in Collaboration with the Canadian Women's Foundation (http://www.canadianwomen.org). Your homework is as follows: 1. Please visit and explore the Girls Group Mentoring toolkit at http://mentoringgirls.ca. 2. This Toolkit pairs well with our ONLINE MENTOR TRAINING with your Mentors and ONLINE MENTEE training with your Mentees. Learn more: http://albertamentors.ca/be-a-mentor/online-mentor-training/ and http://albertamentors.ca/be-a-mentor/online-mentee-training/ 3. Please register to attend the National Mentoring Symposium that is happening November 2-4, 2016. Lea...
At Alberta Mentoring Partnership, our vision is that every child or youth who needs a mentor has access to a mentor. Our mission is to grow sustainable mentoring across Alberta through a shared services approach. Mentoring offers the power to transform lives and make a difference. For training and support materials as well as more information on how you can be a mentor, start a program, or find a mentoring program that is right for you - go to http://www.albertamentors.ca
Small Business Canada – Critical decisions every Canadian Small Business Needs to Make (Video 1 of 3) SPRING 2016 PROMOTION - ONLY $39 USD ON UDEMY UNTIL April 30, 2017. Take the full Small Business Blueprint on Udemy for only $39. Just click on this coupon link: https://www.udemy.com/small-business-blueprint/?couponCode=youtube_39promo In this video training tutorial I review the critical decisions a small business owner needs to take when starting a small business in Canada. We’ll review what can go wrong if things are not done properly from the start such as late HST filing, payroll deductions remittances and GST filing. Additionally, we will review the decisions related to setting up your business legally using one of the forms of organization – Canadian proprietorship, partnershi...
Margaret Speelman, teacher at Blackie School has been teaching French to grades 4 - 8 for the last couple of years, with assistance from ADLC. She talks about her positive experiences and demonstrates the engaging attitudes of her students.
The Alberta Tourism Framework guides a common vision, goal and priorities to grow the tourism industry. The Framework trades industry competition for cooperation and unity to focus efforts in meeting the needs of visitors. To make a bigger impact in the tourism industry, the Framework aligns our efforts and maximizes resources. The Alberta Tourism Framework is a partnership between public and private sectors to drive economic development. Alberta Tourism, Parks and Recreation, and Travel Alberta work closely with federal and provincial ministries, agencies and tourism partners to implement the Framework.