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Autism Alliance of Canada: Annual General Meeting | Alliance canadienne de l'autisme : Assemblée générale annuelle
Autism Alliance of Canada is pleased to announce our upcoming Annual General Meeting (AGM) which will take place online on Thursday, April 6, 2023 from 2:00-3:30 PM EST.

This year’s AGM will host a number of interesting topics, including:

* The election of our new Board Members
* Our “Year in Review,” presented by Dr. Jonathan Lai, Executive Director of Autism Alliance of Canada. Join us to learn more about an overview of the development of Autism Alliance of Canada’s various initiatives, projects and accomplishments over the last year.
* Guest presentations, “The Employment Ecosystem: National Initiatives Supporting the Employment Journey of Autistic Job Seekers.”

Everyone is welcome to attend! Note that only Organization and Community Members will be able to vote on the resolutions. Note that each Organization has one vote.
L'Alliance canadienne de l'autisme a le plaisir d'annoncer sa prochaine assemblée générale annuelle (AGA) qui aura lieu en ligne le jeudi 6 avril 2023 de 14 h à 15 h 30.

Cette année, l'AGA accueillera un certain nombre de sujets intéressants, notamment:
- L'élection des nouveaux membres du conseil d'administration
- Notre "Bilan de l'année", présenté par Dr Jonathan Lai, directeur général de l'Alliance canadienne de l'autisme. Rejoignez-nous pour en savoir plus sur le développement des diverses initiatives, projets et réalisations de l'Alliance canadienne de l'autisme au cours de l'année écoulée.
- Présentations de nos invitées, « L'écosystème de l'emploi : Initiatives nationales soutenant le parcours professionnel des chercheurs d'emploi autistes »

Tout le monde est le bienvenu ! Seuls les membres organisationnel et communautaires pourront voter sur les résolutions. Chaque organisation dispose d'un vote.

L'AGA se tiendra en anglais.

Apr 6, 2023 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Sinthea Chowdhury
National Program Coordinator @Ready, Willing & Able (RWA)
Funded by the Government of Canada, Ready, Willing and Able is designed to increase the labour force participation of people with an intellectual disability or on the autism spectrum by engaging, educating and supporting employers and employment agencies across Canada. RWA is currently expanding its reach to serve underrepresented communities, with the launch of the Youth Employment Pilot Project for Black, Indigenous, People(s) of Colour (BIPOC) Communities.
Tanya McLeod
President @Sinneave Family Foundation
The EmploymentWorks National Project is an initiative of The Sinneave Family Foundation delivered in collaboration with ten autism-serving organizations across the country. Funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Opportunities Fund for Persons with Disabilities Program, the EmploymentWorks National Project is designed to help Autistic youth, adults and persons with disabilities to prepare for, find, obtain and keep jobs. The EmploymentWorks program model supports employment readiness through structured skill building and unique job sampling, complemented with work experience and on-the-job supports along a planned, sequential pathway from preparedness to sustained employment. EmploymentWorks is expanding its reach through an online self-paced format available in both English and French, eliminating barriers to participation related to location, transportation or fixed program schedules.