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Unveiling of employers and winners

The Employment Services Centre (CSEPR) announced yesterday, May 23, 2018, the employers and winners of its first edition of the Job Succession Scholarship. For this first year, 6 employers took part in the scholarship and 4 of them hired 8 students of the region who will be following post-secondary studies in professions meeting the participating employers' needs.

The scholarship is aimed at grade 12 students who want to pursue college or university studies in a trade or profession in need in Prescott-Russell, but also to local employers in need of specialized labor. The project will be repeated for 5 years, from 2018 to 2022 inclusively.

Employers interested in taking part in the program can contact the Centre's Job Developers to get all the details. For Prescott, Murielle Huneault-Pilon at 613.632.0179 and for Russell, Émilie Avon at 613.446.4189.

Read all the details in the press release.

Pictures of the press conference.

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From left to right: Jeanne Charlebois, Mayor of Hawkesbury; Isabelle Drouin, General Hospital of Hawkesbury and district; Madeleine Leduc, winner of a scholarship; Vanessa Maisonneuve, winner of a scholarship; Sylvain Labrie, Chairman of the Board of directors, CSEPR; missing from the picture : Camille Perron, winner of a scholarship.

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Jeanne Charlebois, Mayor of Hawkesbury; Valérie Chevalier, Valoris; Cassandra Saumure-Flaro, winner of a scholarship; Fannie Pilon, winner of a scholarship; Vanessa Maisonneuve, winner of a scholarship; Sylvain Labrie, Chariman of the Board of directors, CSEPR.

 
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 Sophie Roussell, City of Clarence Rockland; Amélie Proulx, winner of a scholarship; Sylvain Labrie, Chairman of the Board of directors, CSEPR.

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Jeanne Charlebois, Mayor of Hawkesbury; Marc Pharand, Deloitte; Vincent Conti, winner of a scholarship; Sylvain Labrie, Chairman of the Board of directors, CSEPR

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