Need a PR volunteer? PR consultant Richard Andrews teaches part-time at McGill University and encourages students to volunteer their services to not-for-profit organizations. Class assignments aim to produce ‘real-life’ media releases, event promotions, brochures, feature writing and other communications activities. The arrangement helps community groups that could not normally afford PR services, while providing students […]
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As one of the largest English-language, non-profit, employment organizations in Montreal, YES offers FREE services and resources to job seekers, artists and entrepreneurs. Get all the information about YES’ programs, services and events by downloading the brand new Fall 2014 Program Book. New workshops include a Pop Up! series, focusing on how to freshen up […]
Welcome to COCo’s July 2014 E-bulletin Please take note that this is an abridged summer edition of the E-bulletin, with no COCo Note. COCo Picks: News, Tools, and Tips from the COCo Team! Updates concerning CASL In last month’s e-Bulletin (June), we published a COCo Note on CASL: Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation. Since then, several […]
Parenting is the most difficult job in the world, it is made even more difficult when you have a child experiencing issues. Starting September 24, The Family Resource Center is offering a parental group for participants who would like to strengthen their skills in discipline, decision making and advocating for your child in school. This […]
The Family Resource Center is offering teenagers, young adults and adults the opportunity to learn valuable skills to make life easier. How do I organize myself and make use of my time efficiently. How do I advocate for myself and am I working well with my friends and colleagues? Life Skills are the answer to […]
The Family Resource Center have seen many students having difficulty building the skills necessary to reach academic success such as organizational skills, time management, and test-taking, to name but a few. As a result, many of these children become frustrated or angry with themselves and those around them. For these reasons, we are proud to […]
The Revel & Riot website has many resource documents for community education and community building for LGBTQ organizing, education, and advocacy. We provide a collection of resources on our website – everything from information about anti-oppression, transgender health, internalized homophobia, and LGBTQ art history. Every resource we have comes with references for further reading and links to […]
As you may have heard, the People’s Social Forum will take place this month (August 21 to 24) in Ottawa (Ottawa University). Over 10 000 participants are expected to participate in some 400 workshops. Aiming at a wide convergence of social movements, it will be the first pan-canadian Social Forum, aiming at the inclusion of […]
COCo will be giving 2 workshops on power this month. If you’re attending the Institut du Nouveau Monde’s Summer School (August 13-16) in Montreal, you’ll have the occasion to catch COCo’s bilingual workshop on power (August 14 2:30 pm in room EDUC 624), titled “Le pouvoir et notre rôle dans le monde / Power and […]
Please note that COCo’s offices will be closed for our summer break from July 21 to August 7th 2014. We’ll be getting back to answering your messages once we return on August 11th, and will look forward to talking with you. Until then, have a great and happy summer!
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