Have your say: Understanding Current Employment Programming and Services for BC Youth (Part II of III)

For part two of our three-part series on Understanding Current Employment Programming and Services for BC Youth, we were joined by Natasha Bailey of MOSAIC as well as Annie Smith and Stephanie Martin of McCreary Centre Society.

The second webinar in our youth series focused on young immigrants and refugees as well as vulnerable youth.

Natasha presented highlights of her research on The Value of Paid or Unpaid Short-term Work Placements for Refugee and Immigrant Youth while Annie and Stephanie summarized their research on Negotiating the Barriers to Employment: Vulnerable BC Youth’s Experiences and Recommendations.

Another big thank you goes out to our guest presenters for sharing their research and to all participants for joining us for this webinar.

Click here for a copy of the MOSAIC presentation slides and here for McCreary Centre Society’s presentation slides. McCreary Centre will present their research again in their own webinar series next week. Finally, click here to sign up for the third and final installment of the Centre’s youth webinar series. If you missed any or all of the presentation, please check out the full recording below.