Registration is open for those wishing to take part in the fall program offered by the Thompson Supported Employment Program (TSEP).
TSEP has been around for more than two decades, and offers employment and pre-employment services to those in the community who face barriers when it comes to employment. The barriers can include anything from a learning disability to hearing loss.
Their program is 12 weeks long, and those taking part learn valuable skills such as public speaking, teamwork, budgeting, resume writing and interview skills.The program is limited to eight participants.
If you’d like more information on the program, including how to register, you can either call 204-677-8322 or send a message to the Thompson Supported Employment Program Facebook page.
Tyler Doran and Natalie Legace, from TSEP, joined Arctic Radio News to talk about the program recently. That interview will air as a two-part Thomson Today, with part one airing tomorrow and part two coming on Thursday.
Thompson Today runs every weekday on 102.9 CHTM at 12:40pm and then again at 5:10pm.