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Over the past few months, Mission Possible has seen a surge in demand for its life-changing programs. Despite BC experiencing a significant labour shortage, there is still a stigma surrounding hiring those facing barriers such as homelessness and poverty.

Listen here to hear Matthew Smedley, our Chief Empowerment Officer share how Mission Possible is helping individuals with barriers to employment gain the skills needed to join the job market.

Additionally, you can listen to Jacqueline Brooks, an Associate at Mission Possible, share her experience about being in the Employment Readiness Program and how it has changed her life here.



and Jacqueline Brooks, an Associate at Mission Possible spoke were recently featured on CBC Radio One whe

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