Employment Ontario Leadership Awards

2015 Award Recipients

The Employment Ontario (EO) Leadership Awards recognize Employment Ontario service providers who have demonstrated exceptional leadership in the areas of innovation and collaboration. These awards highlight the work of service providers that introduce creative approaches or partnerships to providing employment and training services to clients.

Innovation

Top Ten Nominees

Centre for Education & Training

Centre for Education & Training

Nominated by: Kristin O’Rourke, Chair of Board of Directors, Centre for Education & Training

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Dixon Hall

Dixon Hall

Nominated by: Monika Jankowska-Pacyna, Projects Coordinator, AlphaPlus

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Halton Region – Employment Halton

Halton Region – Employment Halton

Nominated by: Susan Lazzer, Halton Region Employment and Social Services, The Regional Municipality of Halton

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Collaboration

Top Ten Nominees

Fanshawe College

Fanshawe College

Nominated by: Darlene O’Neill, Senior Manager, Employment and Student Entrepreneurial Services, Fanshawe College

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Sioux-Hudson Literacy Council

Sioux-Hudson Literacy Council

Nominated by: Linda Wright, Director of Distance Projects, Sioux-Hudson Literacy Council

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Unemployed Help Centre of Windsor Inc.

Unemployed Help Centre of Windsor Inc.

Nominated by: Robert Catherine, Red Seal Chef and Teacher, Greater Essex County District School Board

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VCCS Employment Services Inc.

VCCS Employment Services Inc.

Nominated by: Carol Timlin, Executive Director, VCCS Employment Services Inc

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