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The Accessibility Standard for Customer Service came into effect for businesses, non-profits and smaller municipalities today, Nov. 1, 2018.
SEED Winnipeg is committed to working toward an inclusive society. SEED has developed this Accessibility Plan to document how we will work to identify, remove and prevent barriers – following the process outlined by The Accessibility for Manitobans Act. SEED believes that eliminating barriers to accessibility benefits everyone.
Our programs are growing again! As a community economic development organization, SEED is a diverse workplace looking for people to help further develop innovative and responsive programming. We value candidates having experiences living on a low level of income and working with inner-city communities. We’re hiring for the following position:
ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR, Asset Building Programs and Operations
Full Time – 1 Year Term with the prospect of extension
In collaboration with the Access to Benefits team and the Operations team, the Administrative Coordinator will coordinate and provide administrative support internally as well as for SEED’s collaborative partnerships with other community organizations.
In January 2019, we will be starting our business training program geared toward Indigenous women who are interested in starting their own business in Winnipeg. Please join us at one of our free information sessions to learn more about what’s covered in the training!
Please note that childminding and bus tokens will be provided at each information session.
New Journey Housing is partnering with SEED to offer a round of Homebuyer classes. Folks who complete all classes are eligible to apply to the Inner City Homebuyer program. For those interested, please contact NJH to apply: http://www.newjourneyhousing.com/
SEED’s latest Annual Report is now available online!