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CYSNetwork News Exchange – 16/09/16

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CALL FOR PROPOSALS:  CLICK HERE for information regarding United Way of Quinte’s open Call for Proposals for the upcoming 2016/2017 funding year. The deadline is October 21st, 4:30pm.  Please share with your contacts and networks.

CONFERENCE & NETWORKING SESSION FOR CHANGE:  Agency leaders are invited to think different, do different, a conference about imagination, inspiration and innovation on October 12 and 13 in Picton.  The cost is $100 which includes dinner, lunch and all sessions.  Please CLICK HERE for details and registration.

JOB POSTING:  The Early Years Division in the Ottawa Region requires a Bilingual Education Officer.  See link to job posting:

NEW MENTALITY:  The Quinte West Youth Centre is proud to be bringing The New Mentality program to Quinte West.  This a fantastic program offered across the province and encourages our youth to take an active role in changing perceptions and encouraging education around mental health. The group will begin in October.  Referrals and interested youth between the ages of 12 and 18 years are welcome.  CLICK HERE for flyer.

SYRIAN REFUGEE EVENT:  Quinte Immigration Services (QUIS) will be hosting the Farmers Feed the World information session, which will allow participants to gain knowledge about agriculture in Ontario and offers a pathway to successful employment. Please click for FLYERPARTICIPANT REGISTRATION FORM and QUIS CLIENT REGISTRATION FORM.

YOUTH AWARD NOMINATIONS:  This is a friendly reminder that the Run for Youth event is coming up, on October 14th, and that Liberty for Youth is still accepting Youth Award Nominations. Here is an updated version of the award criteria and the nomination form.  Please send all completed nomination forms to: Nominations will no longer be accepted beyond 9pm on Friday September 23rd.

Wendy Anderson, Coordinator, Children and Youth Services Network

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