This podcast series focuses on the experiences of LGBTQ+ youth in the Nova Scotian Workforce. It is conducted through conversations hosted by CEI Youth Research and Engagement Intern May Lawless with 2SLGBTQ+ youth employees as well as employers and business owners in Nova Scotia.
In this post, explore a series of graphics created by CEI Youth Advisory Group member Westin about how to be an ally in the workplace.
In this post, CEI Youth Advisory Group member Sydney offers a brief infographic about trauma-informed practices in the workplace.
Making Space to Learn from Each Other: A Youth-Focused Community of Practice for Career Development Professionals
On September 1, 2021, TEAM Work Cooperative and the Centre for Employment Innovation launched a Youth-Focused Community of Practice (YF-CoP) for career development professionals in Nova Scotia—here’s what we’ve learned.
In this piece, hear from CEI Youth Advisory Group member Laura about how to support inclusive dress codes within your workplace.
Having a supportive and flexible workplace is crucial to the promotion of lifelong learning, and to the success of professional development or further education opportunities that arise for young people. In this piece, hear the perspective of one of the CEI’s Youth Advisory Group members, Jessie.
There is so much to say about autism, because it presents differently in everyone. Throughout this piece, you will find an introduction to how to support employees with autism, as well as links to resources and organizations that go more into detail, put together by CEI Youth Advisory Group member Jane.
Learn about the different types of sensory needs a young person may have in the workplace from CEI Youth Advisory Group member Jane.
Brennah and Isabella, two CEI Youth Advisory Group members, share their top-ten list of ways to make workplaces inclusive.
Explore a database of organizations that offer diversity and inclusion awareness trainings.