Employment & Training Service Center
The mission of the Tsi Shakotiio’tenhseraienwá:se – Kanesatake Employment and Training Service Center is to provide employment and training services to Kanesatake’ro:non as well as help and support them in their integration into the labour market.
Latest Job Postings
She:kon, The FNHRDCQ has a job posting open for a Human Resource Technician. If you are interested take a look at the links below and submit your CV before October 31st 2021. EN: AFFICHAGE_RH_TechRH_EN FR: AFFICHAGE_RH_TechRH_FR Nia:wen,
She:kon, The Quebec Native Women Inc. has a job offer open for the position of Coordinator - Discrimination and Systemic Racism. The posting is open until November 8th 2021 4:30PM. For more information check the links below. EN: 2021-10-19 Offre d'emploi - Coord...
She:kon, McGill University is looking for an Indigenous Student Associate, If you're interested in the position take a look at the links below. The deadline to apply is November 15th 2021. EN: Indigenous Student Associate.Job Posting. October 2021 FR: Associ� auprès...
She:kon, The First Nations Human Resources Development Commission of Quebec has a new job posting available for the position of Administrative Assistant. If you are interested take a look at the attachments below. EN: AFFICHAGE_SU_ASSADMIN_EN_SI FR:...
Latest Success Stories
KETSC supported Alison Joannette with vocational training funding. She attended Performance Plus Lachute and took the course Santé assistance et soins infirmier.
She is presently employed at the Elders Home here in the community as Infirmière auxillaire.
She successfully completed her Welding and Fitting training with CSSMI-SWLSB in St-Eustache. Supported by KETSC & SA. She also obtained her high school equivalency at the Kanesatake Satellite Adult Education. Erica did not have any wheels at the time and took the Oka-Express to travel to school. A non-traditional occupation for women, she demonstrated that it can be done. Good luck on your new endeavours. If you need a welder contact Erica!
Through KETSC she was able to connect with Air Canada, apply and successfully pass the training. Air Canada is a company that is always looking to hire Indigenous people. Go to Air Canada website and check out their job offers.
KETSC helped Vanessa Richards by funding her vocational studies. She took Secretarial Studies at the Nova Career Center. She is now employed at First Nations Human Resources Development Commission of Quebec (FNHRDCQ) as an Administrative Assistant.
Included in the picture is Susan King. Executive Director of FNHRDCQ
Congratulation Louanne Cataford! She graduated from Rosemount Technology Center in the Printing program. We are proud of you!
KETSC helped her obtain a Diploma in Multimedia Graphic Design and Web Design.
KETSC financially supported Shyann in an employability work measure with the Kanesatake Health Center inc. During this measure she trained in IT Essentials with FNEC developing her IT managing skills and developed the Kanesatake Health Center website.
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Address: 14C Joseph Swan Road, Kanesatake, QC, CA, J0N1E0