The Leacross Foundation’s involvement in numerous charities means that information about projects, people, and new initiatives is constantly being updated.
For the 9th year, the Leacross Foundation has invited authors and illustrators to Chelsea to work with students at the Chelsea Library. Here is author Mireille Messier and Leacross Foundation’s president Roslyn Bern.
|Position Rank: Full Time Alternate Stream – Assistant Lecturer|
|Discipline/Field: Computer Science/Computer Engineering/Software Engineering|
|Home Faculty: Lassonde School of Engineering|
|Home Department/Area/Division: Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science|
|Position Start Date: July 1, 2017|
|Lassonde School of Engineering, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, York University|
|More information – click here|
The problem was, none of it was satisfying. Mykenzee had always loved machines, but in her family women just didn’t go into trades.
That is, they didn’t until the day Mykenzee graduated from WBF and left town. Today she’s living her own dream as a heavy equipment operator.
Women Building Futures’ work has always been to give more women the opportunity to experience a rewarding career in the skilled trades.
Part of that work is to give women the confidence and support to step outside their comfort zone. And we need your help.
Send a message of support with the hashtag #itsherturn on Facebook or Twitter, and let’s show women like Mykenzee they can succeed in the skilled trades.
Application deadline is March 1, 2017 – click for the link
Photos courtesy of Martin Lipman and Lee Narraway
Friday February 10th, 2017 at Confederation Learning Centre
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With the arrival of the fox sparrows and the larch trees turning yellow, here is the fall/winter issue of The Field Guide to the OCDSB Outdoor Education Centres (Bill Mason & MacSkimming Centre).
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On August 17, 2016 with Child Haven International Director Ms. Bonniema (Bonnie Cappuccino) present, a new temporary shelter home named “Rose Cottage” which means in Nepali “Gulab Ghar”, was opened in Katmandu. It was built with a donation from the Leacross Foundation.
The cottage has thirteen rooms – seven in ground floor and six in top floor. The top floor was fully occupied by staff members and ground floor was occupied by students.