SUMMER STUDENTS EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM 2018
Job Opportunity (extended)
Step By Step is now inviting applications for summer student employment through the First Nations and Inuit Health Careers Program. The purpose of the program is to provide work-related experience to aboriginal students pursuing full-time studies at a federally recognized post-secondary institution. Please note: Cegep (Health Sciences), Master's or doctoral students are not eligible.
To be eligible to apply, the student must be registered full-time at a University or College and must be planning to return to school in the fall. The student must have the intention to complete their studies and receive a diploma which qualifies them for employment in health care or social services professions such as: nursing, psychology, optometry, pharmacy, social work, art therapy, etc.
Priority is given to new applicants, who are eligible for the Health Careers Summer Student Program, however students who have worked at Step by Step before and meet the eligibility requirements of the program, are welcome to apply again as well. The work term will be a maximum of 16 weeks (from May to August). The salary of the student is based on the Health Canada salary scale that reflects years of schooling completed.
The positions available at Step By Step are Teacher Assistant s and efforts are made to accommodate the particular interests of the students involved.
If you are interested, submit a cover letter, copy of your resume and the names of 2 references to Marie Lahache Horne, Human Resources Coordinator by March 30, 2018 at 4pm.
For further information, contact Melissa Lasante at 450-632-7603
Early Childhood Week - November 19-25
Niawen:kowa Gail for your 34 years of service beginning as a volunteer, classroom assistant , Teacher to Supervisor of Program Services. Your guidance and encouragement have helped so many thrive and we have been so fortunate to share your passion and expertise. As you go into this next phase of your life, may you enjoy the very best that life has to offer!
Niawen:kowa for all of your help and support
Step by Step Child and Family Center is committed to creating an allergy-safe and aware environment. We take extreme care and put in stringent policy and procedures to ensure the health and safety of the children, families and staff of Step by Step. As we have difficulty controlling the items brought into the building on the weekends, we have decided to stop providing weekend facility rental services effective April 10th, 2017. Thank you for your understanding.
Step by Step Child and Family Center Management Team
Step By Step doesn't consider the end of the school year as an "end". Children leave but are always considered family at SBS. Some children return for the summer, some the following year as an older sibling of a younger child enrolled at SBS. Sometimes, we've seen them come back as parents themselves. The "end" of the school year is about children and families celebrating this new relationship with the Center and the journey ahead of them.
Our Leaving Ceremony and Family Picnic, which were held on June 21st are a part of that celebration. We also celebrated the wonderful goodness of strawberries at our Strawberry Social which we held in our front yard on June 20th. And finally, the love of music and sounds was celebrated on June 17th at our final Activity Day of the year. Resource staff pulled it off again with creative ways to engage children with music and sound. A big thank you to Joe for his wonderful creations!
NEW BEGINNINGS PART 2
Starting a new routine can be intimidating. For children and their families, starting daycare can be a little stressful. Surprisingly, most children adapt easily and fall into the routine of their new surroundings, new teachers and new friends.
Of course, then there are the old friends who make the transition a little bit easier....
Welcome (back) to Step By Step!
REPAIR THE ROOF RADIOTHON A SUCCESS!
Celebrating Years of Service
Congratulations to all of our employees celebrating Years of Service in 2017/2018!