MNO citizen worked in Tourism this summer

Submitted by: Rachelle Brunelle-McColl, MNO Employment Developer

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MNO citizen Austin Press. Click here to view a larger
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Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) citizen Austin Press had a very fulfilling and informative summer thanks to the MNO’s Summer Career Placement program. Austin just finished his work term as a Tourist Information Attendant with the Town of Penetanguishene Tourism Information Centre. In an email sent to Rachelle Brunelle-McColl, MNO Employment Developer, Austin expressed his gratitude to the MNO in helping him obtain this position:

"Working for the town of Penetanguishene's Tourism Office has provided me with the opportunity to learn more about the town I live in. It has allowed me the means to learn about my culture as a [citizen] of the Métis Nation, through local historical sites. Due to my position, I have become extensively familiar with my local water ways also; helpful not just in my professional but personal life as well.

“I am truly grateful for the opening that I was given working here for the summer and for the help provided by the Métis Nation of Ontario, without which I wouldn't have had such an amazing opportunity. Thank you very much."

For more information on the MNO’s Employment and Training programs, please visit the MNO website.

Published on: October 7, 2016

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