Post Tagged with: "Military Spouse Employment Initiative"

Sara Schnabel, Master Corporal (MCpl) Daniel Schnabel and family.

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Military Spouse Employment Initiative: Sara Schnabel

February 16, 2021 at 4:32 pm

Defence Stories I have been a military spouse for many years. I would apply for tons of positions and never got a call back. It was like unless you knew someone, and because of the potential to being posted, I had a hard time getting jobs. A lot of the times, employers can be biased against military spouses due to potential postings. When we were posted to Cold Lake in August 2018, and I appliedRead More

Military Spouse Employment Initiative: Nadine Kelley

January 12, 2021 at 2:01 pm

Defence Stories My family and I have moved around a lot. From Moncton, New Brunswick, to Borden, Ontario, to Greenwood, Nova Scotia. My husband works as a firefighter, and when he got posted to Victoria, British Columbia, my family had to move across Canada from Greenwood, Nova Scotia. I wasn’t able to get a job transfer, so I decided to be a stay at home mom and run my own daycare. When we got postedRead More

Launch of the Military Spouse  Employment Initiative

Launch of the Military Spouse Employment Initiative

November 20, 2018 at 9:37 am

Department of National Defence With over 61,500 military spouses and partners located across the country, the Military Spouse Employment Initiative aims to establish the infrastructure to enable new and continued employment of skilled and experienced military spouses and partners both within and outside of the Federal Public Service. We recognize the unique lifestyle that Canadian military families live due to the demands that are faced while supporting Strong, Secure, Engaged (SSE). After receiving valuable feedbackRead More