Promising Sectors in Hamilton's Labour Market highlights ten job sectors where job growth is evident, ranging from Construction: Specialty Trade Contractors, to Educational Services, to Retail Trade, to Health Care.
Three current WPH Board members and one past Board member have recently been nominated for YWCA Hamilton Women of Distinction Awards.
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We congratulate WPH Board member Jim Vanderveken of Mohawk College who has been appointed Dean, Interdisciplinary Studies. Good luck with your new position Jim!
Over 140 people attended WPH's Report to the Community event on Thursday, January 21, 2010 at McMaster Innovation Park. Keynote speaker Tom McCormack of The Centre for Spatial Economics provided highlights from the Supply and Demand Study he has been contracted to research on behalf of WPH and City of Hamilton.
Congratulations to Ines Rios, of the Immigrant Women's Centre, who won a $75 Keg gift card for completing an employer survey for WPH's Educating Employers about Youth Talent Project, Part 2.
December 16, 2009 - WPH has released a Guide to Collaboratives and Planning Initiatives Related to Human Services in the City of Hamilton. This guide was created in partnership with the City of Hamilton, Community Services Department.
The 10th Anniversary of TECH: Technology and Trades for Women took place on November 24, 2009 at the Hamilton Convention Centre and was attended by 200 young women from local high schools, as well as community members.
Life After Steel tells the stories of some of the men and women who were laid-off at U.S. Steel. This video was created in partnership with Mohawk College. Thanks to all who were involved in creating Life After Steel.