AVCC eNews: July 28, 2022

Physicians Community Welcome Social

Join us at Lightfoot & Wolfville for our Physician Community Network Social.
Enjoy a much-needed casual social evening. An opportunity for healthcare workers to gather and meet others in the community.
Oyster & charcuterie station, welcome bubbles & drink ticket included.
The event begins at 7 PM.

Physicians Community Navigator News

Breanna took the family medicine residents river tubing down the Gaspereau River to wrap up orientation week. The day was perfect with sunny rays and refreshing water. Thanks to Nova Scotia Health for treating everyone to ice cream at the Real Scoop to cool down afterward.

Cyber Threats 101: The Changing Landscape of Business Loss 

Welcome! – New Members:

Meet a Board Member – Mark Vardy

👋 Meet Mark Vardy, you may recognize him – he’s our Past President! 👋
“I joined AVCC in 2015, inspired by the Ivany Report, I had to get engaged! Being part of AVCC has been a fulfilling partnership of businesses and professionals working together to build a healthy economy to improve the quality of life here in the Annapolis Valley!”
Thank you for everything you do for the Chamber and the Community, Mark! 👏👏

From the Chamber Network:

Canadian Chamber of Commerce: Enhancing Business-Indigenous Engagement
Along with helping our members fill their skills and talent gaps, our inclusive growth initiative is designed to support our members in building relationships that will help their businesses thrive. Building relationships with groups that are often under-represented in business is not only the right thing to do, it’s critical to our national competitiveness and well-being.
📷: Cassidy Hatt Photography

Valley Business Hub: Job Opportunities

Work with us! 👇

Job opportunities at The Valley Business Hub with The Valley Regional Enterprise Network 👩‍💻
Connector Program Coordinator:
Connector Program will link qualified participants (Connectees) in the Annapolis Valley region with local business persons or government leaders (Connectors) who will volunteer their time to meet with participants and help them build their professional networks and secure meaningful employment. It is the intention of this program to support Nova Scotians with a specific focus on Recent Graduates, including international Graduates, Students who are approaching graduation and entering the labour force, the under/unemployed and Newcomers to connect them with employers in their field of work.
Economic Development Officer:
The primary role of this position is to enable the Valley Regional Enterprise Network team to be proactive to position the organization ahead of the curve in its vision and approach as it engages in dynamic, collaborative, partnership-driven initiatives that will create measurable growth in sustainable economic development within the Annapolis Valley. This position works closely with the Chief Executive Officer and Economic Development Officer, Strategic Initiatives to provide support to funding and community partners and businesses by building and delivering resources and solutions to address key areas.