It feels like an eternity has passed since our last newsletter. The world has changed in response to COVID-19. Self-isolation and social distancing have become familiar terms and we’re all learning to cope with our new reality. However, this doesn’t mean we’re alone – our online community is stronger than ever and everyone is working to bridge the digital divide.
Please have a look below at some of the steps we are taking to help others during this difficult time. We’re here to support the community and hope that you and your family are staying safe.
East Hants Community Learning is developing distance programming. These programs will help learners continue to work towards goals like obtaining their GED and learning new skills to overcome the challenges of quarantine and isolation.
If you’re having trouble with learning how to use a phone, tablet or computer, get in touch. We can also help you with complicated forms.
East Hants Community Learning is looking for an enthusiastic student to join us for this summer in the Elmsdale Community Garden. While things are a bit uncertain with the spread of COVID-19, we still encourage everyone who is interested to apply.
For more information on the position, please see our job posting on Facebook:
East Hants & Area Community Rider is suspending our office hours in Fall River for the time being. However, once people can begin meeting face-to-face again, we want to hold pop up information sessions around the community. Do you know a group of people that would like to learn more about our services? Give us a call and we’ll plan for the future.
This is open to our entire service area. From Waverley to Noel, we’d love to connect!