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PELC speaks to The Rotary Club of Picton

On Tuesday, June 9th, PELC staff visited The Rotary Club of Picton to speak about the successes and challenges of being an adult learner in PEC. Thanks to The Picton Gazette for the great press!                                        …

The Drake Devonshire Blog Post re: PELC Pops!

The Drake Devonshire hosted the Awesome PEC Pitch last month, where PELC Pops! was awarded the $1000.  They’ve recently posted a blog post here about us! Thanks Drake by the Lake!                       DBTL: AWESOME PEC Posted by Drake, June 10, 2015   Awesome PEC is the Prince Edward…

Awesome Win!

                              Last night, PELC classroom instructor Lori Farrington, along with students Ashley McInnis and Taylor Lott, pitched their idea at Awesome PEC‘s Pitch Party! The competition for the $1000 prize was fierce, but we walked away with the prize! Look for…

99.3 County FM

PELC Executive Director, Kathy Kennedy was thrilled to be on 99.3 County FM County Grapevine today at noon.  She and student Ashley McInnis spoke about PELC and the new United Way Funding. Listen Here

United Way Funding!

Prince Edward Learning Centre was one of two new agencies funded by The United Way of Quinte this year. Many people rely on these agencies to find employment. Many employers are located in urban hubs like Belleville and Quinte West while a significant number of people in the region live in small rural towns with poor employment…

Job Fair

                PELC staff and students attended the Job Fair held at the Prince Edward Community Centre.  Students came back excited to have handed out some resumes and met some great contacts.  To top it off, some ended up in The Picton Gazette!