by Owen Fitzgerald, Ex. Director, Unama’ki Economic Benefits Office

Focused on Business Development & Training
Shown trying out the new website on the iPhone, iPad and laptop are staff with the Unama’ki office for NSAEP, Tyler Gould and Pelonik Dennis, both Training Support and Job Coach officers.

Shown trying out the new website on the iPhone, iPad and laptop are staff with the Unama’ki office for NSAEP, Tyler Gould and Pelonik Dennis, both Training Support and Job Coach officers.

Millbrook, NS, April 21, 2013 – The new “Nova Scotia Aboriginal Employment Partnership” (NSAEP) launched a website that integrates social media to provide timely information and better engage the 13 Mi’kmaw communities across Nova Scotia on training and employment opportunities. NSAEP has been ...

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