Collège Boréal making more community connections

Collège Boréal and Réseau-femmes du Sud-Ouest de l’Ontario signed a new agreement today to share services and improve outcomes for French-speaking women in the region.

The partnership will give women who experience domestic violence, especially newcomers to the area, access to employment services, as well as other social services.

“Recognizing and fully embracing our role as a community college is a privilege we must use to serve those who need it most. With this new Memorandum of Understanding with Réseau-femmes du Sud-Ouest de l’Ontario, Collège Boréal can To truly make a difference in the lives of women in our region by promoting their socioeconomic inclusion and their personal and professional development,” said Frédéric Boulanger, Campus Director.

All services will be provided at the Windsor campus.

“This is an exciting and hopeful step for the Réseau and French-speaking women attending Collège. It will allow us to offer our services directly to students, which is a great way to consolidate our combined French offerings to better serve all regions An important step forward in serving French-speaking women,” said Linda Rochon, Chair of the Board of Directors of Réseau-femmes du Sud-Ouest de l’Ontario.

College Boreal has similar partnerships with Downtown Mission and Matthew House.

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