The East and West Learning Club May 2019 Schedule

The East and West Learning Club is a not-for-profit, grass-root group that provides interesting and meaningful learning opportunities to immigrant families with a focus on social skills and cultural knowledge.  Our goal is for this club to be enjoyed by everyone in our community, so all club meetings are free of charge.  Occasionally there may be an optional field trip or special class which may require a small fee.  We meet every Thursday evening unless it’s a public holiday or school break. Continue reading “The East and West Learning Club May 2019 Schedule”

The East&West Dialogue with Alfred Ng and Wayne Henshall

“We all wake up each day and go about our lives, interacting with others and striving to improve ourselves while supporting our families.”  Wayne Henshall is a young man (at heart!) of 48 years, who has experienced life.  Continue reading “The East&West Dialogue with Alfred Ng and Wayne Henshall”

EAWLC Workshop on Public Speech Skills

Errol Cyrus has been a Toastmaster for over twenty years, with awards of Advanced Communication Bronze (ACB) and Competent leader (CL).   He is this year’s Area Director for four Toastmasters clubs in Richmond Hill.  Errol has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Admin from Northern Caribbean University and an MBA from Nova Southeastern University, Florida, USA. He is also TESL certified in Canada.  He has over 10 years of experience in disability and employment in both not-for-profit and private sector as a trainer, job coach and advocate for persons with disabilities.  Errol is currently an Employment Specialist with Employment Services at Spinal Cord Injury Ontario.  He connects with employers, identifies job opportunities in the “hidden job market”, and places job seekers with disabilities.  Errol is a loving husband and father of three children. Continue reading “EAWLC Workshop on Public Speech Skills”