On Thursday, March 22 we held our first annual Artistic Evening - it was a great success. The evening was filled with excellent food, fantastic music and wonderful art.
We were pleased to showcase artwork by the following artists:
Reyad Alabdullah, Yulia Balobanova, Maria Garcia, Shahla Kashani, Adriana Rosselli Londono, Maria-Elena Mazariegos, Rayan Remedan, Nahid Rokhasana and Kate Salih
The evening wouldn't have been such a success without our sponsors:
ISGW is pleased to announce the launch of two new progrems, Community Connections and Settlement Workers in Schools (SWIS). This expanded programming requires three new postions, a School Settlement Worker, Community Outreach Worker and Learning Co-ordinator. Learn more about these postings here.
Have you ever relocated to a new community with no friends or family? Imagine for a moment how newcomers must feel as they start a new journey in life with little to no sense of belonging . Immigrant Services Guelph-Wellington needs your support to help us create opportunities where A SENSE OF BELONGING IS FOSTERED.
Immigrant Services Guelph Wellington is currently accepting letters from individuals interested in serving on its Board of Directors. Experience or expertise in one or more of the following would be an asset: leadership, financial expertise and oversight, corporate governance, and working with immigrants and refugees. A strong commitment and passion for inclusive communities is essential.
Immigrant Services Guelph Wellington (ISGW) provides translation and interpretation services, on a fee-for-service basis, to service providers in the Guelph, Wellington Region and we are in need of interpreters who speak your language; and in particular we are interested in recruiting for Nepali, Gujarati, Kurdish, Tigrinya, Tagalog, Tibetan and Amharic.
ISGW is coordinating 34 hours of interpreter training to be held at the ISGW office, 104 Dawson Road, Unit 102, in Guelph starting on February 27 and concluding March 27.