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Two decades of employment triumphs

Partners in Employment celebrates 20th anniversary.

MOOSE JAW — A division of SaskAbilities, Partners in Employment recently celebrated its 20th Anniversary.

Moose Jaw Partners in Employment set up booths within the building May 31, representing different facets focusing on preparing for employment. The career planning booth served as the starting point with everyone receiving an event passport before continuing to the other booths for validating to ensure each one visited all the booths.

There were five booths in total:

· The career planning booth explained their role as career planners to help an individual map out a personalized plan based on individual goals

· The job search booth explained the type of work they do while elaborating on how they assist in the job search process, helping with resumé preparation, mock interviews, identifying required training and more

· The vocational evaluation booth explained the vocational evaluator's role, which is to provide a personalized assessment of abilities, skills and interests for individuals who are unclear about a successful employment direction. After an assessment, recommendations are made

· The job maintenance booth explained how Partners in Employment will help an individual maintain their career, offering on-the-job training, working with employers to provide support and regular check-ins

· The Work Readiness booth explained how Partners in Employment helps individuals prepare for their careers, offering job shadow opportunities, informational interviews and workplace tours

After all five booths were visited and the event passport stamped and completed, there was an opportunity to enter a draw to win camping gear.

To learn more about Partners in Employment, visit their Facebook page

To learn more about SaskAbilities, visit




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