Subject: eNews April 2018 - ISSofBC unveils new website

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eNews May 2018
Immigrant Services Society of BC
ISSofBC unveils new website with host of impactful changes
After undergoing a major makeover, ISSofBC’s website now wears a new look, with features that promise to improve visitors’ online experience and invite engagement.
News at ISSofBC
Youth Hub for newcomers opens in New Westminster – Burnaby with weekday and weekend hours

ISSofBC New Westminster – Burnaby now has space for newcomer youth to learn, share and grow among their peers. The Youth Hub opened April 18 with staff hosting a community event to showcase the space.
ISSofBC settlement worker celebrated for decade of outreach with St.Mary’s Parish

ISSofBC and St. Mary’s Parish Vancouver celebrated 10 years of partnership March 18 at the St. Mary’s School gym. More than 50 community members and ISSofBC clients participated in the event.
ISSofBC Job Fair features over 100 employment opportunities
Over 200 newcomers on the job search connected with staff from 10 leading Metro Vancouver companies during the Get Hired Event at ISSofBC Welcome Centre March 7.
Celebrating volunteers in Maple Ridge
Volunteer Maple Ridge Pitt Meadows hosted a free breakfast at Boston Pizza in Pitt Meadows on April 15 to celebrate National Volunteer Week and give thanks to the dedication of community volunteers.
Activities and Events
Accepting ISSofBC Bursary applications
ISSofBC is encouraging education for refugee youth and newcomers to Canada with seven bursaries. The deadline for submissions is Saturday, June 30. Eligible applicants committed to their academic pursuits may apply for more than one.
ISSofBC Calendar of Events
Find a workshop, activity or event on settling in Canada, finding employment, studying English and more to help you in your journey of building a new life in Canada.
BC Refugee Hub
To assist and empower individuals and refugee-serving organizations to help in the resettlement process, ISSofBC in partnership with the Province of British Columbia have created this online resource hub.Through the BC Refugee Hub users can learn about refugees arriving to BC, read the latest status of the arrival of refugees and find local resettlement programs, services and resources.
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Immigrant Services Society of BC, 2610 Victoria Drive, Vancouver, BC V5N 4L2, Canada
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