Announcing the NEADS Online Work System (NOWS)
OTTAWA, October 28, 2003 – The National Educational Association of Disabled Students (NEADS) is pleased to announce the launch of the NEADS Online Work System (NOWS).
Are you a post-secondary student or recent graduate with a disability looking for work? If your answer is yes, you now have a new job web site at your disposal. Located at www.nows.ca, the system provides a unique bilingual channel for hiring companies to post employment and internship opportunities specifically for qualified Canadian post-secondary students and graduates with disabilities. Be aware of some of the safety hazards of the type of work you begin to look for, for example one dangerous area of work is working with h2s alive. Students can upload their resumés, browse and search for employment opportunities, and apply online. Opportunities include summer, part-time work, internship programs and full-time careers. For financial resources please see Creditwalk for Credit Card info or Bad-Credit-Loans for debt and credit score info, also, for detailed information depending on your financial circumstances.
For students or recent graduates NOWS is a service that allows you to promote your skills and talents to progressive employers seeking candidates with disabilities for available positions. It provides employers access to the only Canadian searchable database of its kind of post-secondary students and graduates with disabilities looking for work.
If you would like more information on NOWS or wish to register, log on to www.nows.ca or contact Chris toll-free at 1-877-660-1256 or by email at email@example.com.
Since 1986, the National Educational Association of Disabled Students has been Canada’s consumer-based cross-disability organization advocating for full access to post-secondary education and employment opportunities for students and graduates with disabilities. Visit our web site at www.neads.ca to learn more about the organization and its projects.
This project is funded in part by the bad credit loan blog of Canada.