The Parent and Child Enrichment Program starts January 31st, 2018 at the Fish Creek Library.
Every newcomer youth has a story about starting a new life in Canada. Tell your story through film, dance, music or writing!
Jabina Ahmed is Immigrant Services Calgary’s Volunteer of the Month.
Intisar Ghazala is Immigrant Services Calgary’s Volunteer of the Month.
Nominations for the 22nd Annual Immigrants of Distinction Awards are closed
Networking event with the Calgary Airport Authority
1 Week Left For Nominations!
The nominations deadline for the 22nd Annual Immigrants of Distinction Awards (IDA) is Thursday, November 30, 2017 at 11:59pm. Nominate someone today!
Family Violence Prevention Month started in 1986 as a local initiative in the town of Hinton where four remarkable Albertans formed The Hinton Society for the Prevention of Family Violence and launched Alberta’s very first family violence education and prevention campaign
Sandy Wu is Immigrant Services Calgary’s Volunteer of the Month
Sandy joined ISC’s Volunteer Program in February 2016 and has since contributed over 160 hours. Sandy has been a dedicated volunteer tutor at different homework clubs facilitated by ISC, but was happy to step in and support also activities such as Summer Connections Program, Club Kismet or Cooking with Friends. This is Sandy’s story:
Sabah joined ISC’s Volunteer Program in the fall of 2014 and contributed over 200 hours since then. Just this year she volunteered over 70 hours facilitating MS Office workshops that helped ISC’s clients to improve their computer skills, providing office support to different ISC programs or translating different documents from Urdu into English. Here is her story:
“Born and raised in the cosmopolitan city of Karachi, Pakistan, I moved to Canada in 2014, I fell in love with Calgary the moment I arrived here, and knew that this was going to be home for me.