Workshop Info (2014–2015)

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Call For Participants

Intersections Media Opportunities for Youth Society (in association with Service Canada and BladeRunners) is seeking participants for its 2014-2015 Workshops. The workshops are 10 weeks in length, running through Spring 2015.

If you are...

  • 19-28 and living in the Lower Mainland.
  • Keenly interested in learning film and video production skills, and exploring your artistic side.
  • Face barriers to employment and/or education and are not on EI or currently involved in EI based programs. 
  • Have never participated in a Service Canada Skills Link program.
  • Referred to the program by a case manager at a local employment resource centre.
  • Legally entitled to work in British Columbia
  • Want to work & can commit to a 4 day a week, 7.5 hour a day schedule for five weeks, and then five weeks employment experience...

... then we would like to hear from you! Fill out an application form here.

We are now conducting interviews with applicants. Chosen participants will receive a living allowance equivalent to minimum wage as they learn, based on a 30 hour per week commitment, and then subsequently paid minimum wage as they complete their work experience.

Intersections' goal is to help its participants take steps towards long-term attachment to the workforce, or continued education. Through an exciting and innovative workshop format incorporating life lessons and the latest in modern technology, Intersections Media's provides youth participants with the tools and skills needed to construct video and art projects at a basic skill level as individuals, and as a team.

If you are interested and meet the above eligibility requirements, please contact us to schedule an interview, or to obtain more information:

Claire Geller
Program Coordinator
Direct Line: 604-899-1077 ext 8

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