Creating Jobs for Islanders #jobsforpei Invesco opened its Charlottetown office in 2007 with 24 employees. The company has seen rapid growth over the last decade , and it is still growing. There are many opportunities for rewarding work in Prince Edward Island. WorkPEI.ca has more than 500 employers registered and there are over 533 postings online today.
The Harvest and Prosper project is supported by PEI provincial government departments of Workforce and Advanced Learning, Family and Human Services, and Agriculture and Fisheries. Partners include the Agriculture Sector Council, Adventure Group and PEI Association for Newcomers. Provincial investments are supported by the Canada-PEI Labour Market Development Agreement.
Every child likes to feel confident and Island schools are preparing to welcome children in a variety of ways. Julia Gaudet, Director of Student Services, Public Schools Branch talks about helping children transition to a new school. "Speak positively; be optimistic and that will be infectious for the children."
The PEI Estuary Watch program is assisted by volunteers of watershed management groups in Island communities. Each day, volunteers observe and gather information which helps government officials understand the health of PEI estuaries. Learn more: https://www.princeedwardisland.ca/en/topic/streams-ponds-wetlands-and-estuaries