News Bulletin - December 23, 2019
Like the iconic iceberg, there’s more than the eye can see when it comes to the research projects funded through NLWIC and to the workforce innovators in Newfoundland and Labrador who are leading them. So learn more from the links and follow us, follow our projects, engage @NLWIC #tipoftheiceberg or download our brochure here. 
Through this research project, the Association of New Canadians will connect skilled refugee farmers to agricultural employment in Newfoundland and Labrador, while ensuring that refugee families have the support they need to stay in the community, work, and support their families.
Through this research project, Women in Research and Development Corporation will conduct an assessment on their short- and long-term employment outcomes, which will reveal the overall impact of their employment assistance services on employability.
Hot off the Press: Report release
I, Human: The digital and soft skills driving Canada's labour market

On December 13, the Brookfield Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (BII+E) at Ryerson University announced the launch of its latest report I, Human: The digital and soft skills driving Canada’s labour market .
NLWIC and BII+E partnered to convene the Atlantic Regional Employment in 2030 Workshop held in St. John's, NL on May 15, 2019, one of five regional workshops held across the country this past spring. Stay tuned for the final report in early 2020.
RBC Future Launch is a 10-year $500 million commitment to help Canadian youth prepare for the jobs of tomorrow. RBC is moving beyond financial investment by engaging the public and private sectors to further understand the issue and make a significant impact on the lives of young Canadians.
RBC Future Launch is a catalyst for change, bringing people together to co-create solutions so young people are better prepared for the future of work.
This is an excellent e-newsletter and the December 17 edition featured a host of articles including " What to expect in the Canadian labour market in 2020 " and " The most-popular CareerWise Weekly articles of the year ".

CareerWise is a program of  CERIC  funded through a grant from  The Counselling Foundation of Canada .
This has been an exciting year for  workforce   innovation  in Newfoundland and Labrador; we are happy to have been a part of it! This is just the  t ip of the iceberg  as we look forward to an amazing 2020 and all that will come. Happy Holidays from all of us at NLWIC!