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Lunenburg Queens Volunteer Partnership

Volunteering is a effective way to gain experience in your field of interest and to learn more about yourself and your passions. It builds and strengthens your networks and potential references and also makes it much easier to find jobs. For those who do not have previous paid work experience, it is a great way to improve your resume and highlight transferable skills. The Lunenburg Queens Volunteer Partnership is a great resource to help you get involved with volunteer opportunities in the community. The Volunteer Navigator can provide volunteer options that best fit your skills, interests, and abilities. You can also check out their Facebook page that lists volunteer opportunities, information and more!

Website: www.lqvc.ca/sample-page/volunteer-navigator
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Chester Career Resource Center

The Chester Career Resource Centre continues to be dedicated to the community by providing the resources, knowledge, and assistance to find and maintain employment, start a business or find a new career direction.

If you think the Centre could help you, please talk to them today. They would be happy to answer all of your questions. No appointment is needed, just drop in and see them. Everyone is welcome. Office hours are Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

You will have FREE access to services such as:

  • Computer Systems with Internet
  • Résumé & Cover Letter Writing
  • Job Board with Local Postings
  • Faxing, Photocopying & Printing
  • Information on Jobs & Careers

The Chester Career Resource Centre can help turn your abilities into opportunities!

Chester Shore Mall, Unit 0110, 4115, HWY # 3
Phone: (902) 273-3344
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Did You Know...

WHMIS stands for Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System.

Usually when it is required for a specific job, the employer will give you the information to complete the course. On the WHMIS website there are links to various training programs and it is a very useful tool if you're not getting WHIMIS through an employer or school: http://www.whmis.ca/