The SDC has hired two new staff members as part of the Domestic Violence Community Imitative. Sue Hess the new Intensive Case Manager and Sarah Good the new administrative support person for the Paths to Change Program. The program is now officially up and running and will be hoping to significantly reduce domestic violence in Cornwall. For more information on the Paths to Change program click here.
Domestic ViolenceCommunity Initiative Role Description ROLE TITLE Administrative Support Personnel part time (21 hours/week) ROLE SUMMARY A Contract Position ending in June 2016 Reporting to the Executive Committee, the Administrative Support Personnel (Domestic Violence Community Initiative) shall be responsible for supporting administrative operations, receiving and screening calls, providing information to clients and community agencies with regards to the Domestic Violence Community Initiative. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Meeting Management Attend the HUB and Executive Committee meetings Prepare agenda for meetings Record and prepare minutes from meetings Track Regrets/Attendance Distribute invitations to upcoming meetings Organize focus group – as applicable Other tasks –…
The Social Development Council of Cornwall and Area is currently looking for a candidate with a Masters of Social Work (MSW) or equivalent to fill a Full-Time 8 month (mid October 2015 – June 2016) contract position for the Domestic Violence Community Initiative . The individual shall be responsible for intensive case management in the Domestic Violence Community Initiative (aka. Paths to Change) program. ROLE TITLE Intensive Case Manager – $35/hour – 35 hours/week ROLE SUMMARY In general, an Intensive Case Manager works to build a trusting and productive relationship with a client to provide the support and resources that the…
Lettuce Celebrate! Cornwall’s Incredible Edible Plant Festival returns for a 5th year. On May 27th, grab your garden tools and head over to the Cornwall Justice Building Plaza (on Pitt Street near City Hall) for the 5th Annual Transition Cornwall + Food Action Group Incredible Edible Plant Festival. This year’s festival will run from 10:30am-2:00pm, and will feature our famous vegetable plant give-away and a collection of free activities hosted by TC+ and members of the All Things Food Network. As the main event, attendees will be invited to take home a free vegetable plant to try gardening at home….
All Things Food is pleased to announce that they have teamed up with Kelly Bergeron, owner of Code Heroes, to offer a unique digital marketing workshop to help your local food business become a success story. Over the course of the 2-hour workshop, you will learn about several free and easy-to-use digital marketing tools that can be used to promote your unique products and services. Kelly will be covering everything from how to build a web presence, to social media, e-newsletters, and simple graphic design tools. Please arrive with questions and ideas so you can get the best advice possible….
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Bridges Out of Poverty Workshop May 25th from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Ramada Inn, Cornwall. May 25 – Bridges Out of Poverty Workshop
The Poverty Working Group (PWG) will be meeting Friday, May 5th @ 1:00 p.m. at Dundas County Community Living in Morrisburg.