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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - All French-speaking people who want to learn how to prepare a resume and a cover letter are invited to a free workshop on Nov. 22.
It will be held from 5-7 p.m. at the Carrefour de I’Isle-Saint-Jean on Acadian Drive in Charlottetown.
The LIENS project, RDEE P.E.I.’s immigrant employability and entrepreneurship initiative, is offering this training.
Chérine Stevula, the co-ordinator, will be the trainer.
She said the workshop is aimed particularly at newcomers but anyone who speaks and writes in French is also welcome.
A free supper will be provided and child care services are also available.
Those interested must sign up by Nov. 20 by visiting the project website at www.liensipe.ca in the section “inscrivez-vous a nos activities’’ or by phone at 902-370-7333, ext. 404, or by email at email@example.com.