Understanding the McGill Retention Project
English-speaking minorities experience a limitation in their access to English health and social services due to prevalent language barriers within the province of Quebec. Given this reality, REISA’s role in the McGill Retention Project Initiative is to promote and support the retention of health and social service professionals in the East end of Montreal to ensure that East Island English-speaking minority communities have access to services in their own language.
We seek to create and support partnerships with English-speaking community networks and educational institutions to promote internship opportunities in the East end for students at various levels of study who are pursuing careers in health and social services.
Get involved and find out more from our McGill Retention Project Coordinator!
The East Island Network for English Language Services—REISA
8370 boulevard Lacordaire, suite 308
Saint-Léonard, Québec, H1R 3Y6
Tel.: (514) 955-8370 extension 2217
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