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In Motion & Momentum (IM&M): Building Resilience, Hope and Sustainable Futures

Program to assist those distant from the labour market acquire critical life and employability skills.
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Bridging the Gap: A Learning Platform and Marketplace for Job-seekers and Employers

A scalable system that assesses competencies (using AI based work-related tasks) and issues micro-credentials to job-seekers.
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What works for work? Employment Integration in Youth Service Hubs Across Canada

The project implements and tests the Individual Placement and Support (IPS) intervention among youth who are not in education, employment or training.
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Reboot Plus

First-of-its-kind program in Canada will help youth who haven’t finished high school to re-engage in both education and career development.
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Career Advancement for Immigrant Professionals

Help underemployed immigrant professionals overcome barriers to career advancement and help employers retain and leverage newcomer talent.
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Facing the challenge of digital transformation in the insurance sector: women at work

Action research project on the future of female workers facing the automation of tasks in their job duties in the insurance sector.

Skills Development in SMEs for Faster Adaptation to Job Market Changes

To speed up the pace of organizational buy-in to a culture of continuing education and the pace of workforce skills development in eight Quebec regions.
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Bridging Education and Skills Gaps through Indigenous-Controlled Post-Secondary Education

This research project will investigate the role Indigenous-controlled post-secondary institutes play in helping First Nation, Métis, and Inuit students achieve academic success and find meaningful employment.