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People who can help...

South Shore Work Activity Program (SSWAP)

SSWAP builds employability skills and addresses barriers to employment. They provide transportation, individual employment counseling services and help to direct you to the support you need. They provide hands on training in:

  • Wood Working shop
  • Janitorial services
  • Food Services
  • Reception
  • Life Skills and Personal Development
  • Budgeting
  • Healthy Living
  • Upgrading
  • Workplace Literacy
  • Career Exploration
  • Discovering yourself- An introduction to portfolio Development
  • Customer Service
  • Computer Fundamentals

To get involved with SSWAP call 275-5585 and ask for an application or go to Community Services. SSWAP accepts participants from 18 years of age and above.

Phone: 275-5585
Website: www.sswap.ca
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Acadia Entrepreneurship Centre - Business Services

Serving Lunenburg and Queens Counties

Two locations: Bridgewater and Liverpool

Our Business Counsellors are available to assist at every stage of the business cycle. Whether you are:

  • Interested in starting a business, but don't know where to start
  • Looking for assistance with your business plan
  • An entrepreneur who sees a business growth opportunity sitting just beyond your reach
  • Thinking of expanding your company, but need trusted support and expert advice to get you there
  • Looking for training for your business or staff

To make an appointment with a Business Counsellor, contact us today:
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Website: www.acadiaentrepreneurshipcentre.com

Bridgewater Location:
Phone: 1-877-232-2723 or (902) 543-1067
In Person: 373 King Street, Bridgewater, NS

Liverpool Location:
Phone: (902) 530-6818
In Person: 7 Henry Hensey Drive, Liverpool, NS

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Did You Know...

Job

The specific task you are assigned at an occupation. An example may be that you have a roofing job but your occupation is that of being a carpenter.

Occupation

This is usually a broad title giving to a path you follow while working. An example may be you have an occupation of being a teacher but being a teacher at PVEC would be your job.

Career

The new way of thinking of your career is that is your whole life, both work and the rest of your activities make up your career. So your career is no longer just what path you take when it comes to finding employment. But it could be your volunteer work, your creative pursuits, your community networks, all of it.