An Innovative Partnership between Collège Boréal and St. Joseph’s Health Centre of Sudbury Aims to Address Northeastern Ontario’s Personal Support Worker Shortage
Joint Press Release:
Media Release – September 2018
St. Joseph’s Health Centre established an annual corporate bursary fund to support education for employees interested in pursuing their own continuing education opportunities. The bursary is funded through proceeds from a portion of the monthly staff 50/50 draw.
St. Joseph’s Health Centre awards education bursaries to reimburse up to 100% of education costs, up to a maximum of $1,000 per year, incurred by regular full-time or regular part-time employees who choose to pursue:
This year’s recipient is Josée-Anne Asselin, PCA at Villa St. Gabriel Villa. Congratulations Josée-Anne! Thank you for continuing your life-long learning efforts.
Right to left: Ray Ingriselli, Site Administrator, Villa St. Gabriel Villa, Josée-Anne Asselin and Jo-Anne Palkovits, President and CEO, St. Joseph’s Health Centre
Don Bryson Peter Draper and John Cook from the Knight of Columbus Council #11219 Chelmsford and Nathalie Dubé from Delta Gaming present a cheque in the amount of $500.00 to Ray Ingriselli, Site Administrator. Funds will be placed towards Villa St. Gabriel Villa.
Left to right: Don Bryson, Peter Draper, Nathalie Dube, John Cook and Ray Ingriselli