Hey, my name’s Carter and I’m the Manager of Employment Services.
During my time here I’ve found myself deeply moved by the inspiring stories I’ve heard: Stories of courage, resilience and hope. Often those stories centre upon the struggle to maintain a livelihood while dealing with the challenges of epilepsy and its related conditions.
I’m here to help you plot strategies around issues like disclosure, self-advocacy and accommodations. If you need help with career planning, resume writing, interview skills or job maintenance issues, than I’m your “go-to” guy for those things as well. Together we can identify realistic career goals and the methods of accomplishing those goals.
I also offer a broad array of employment related-workshops to both our stakeholders and employers which I’m happy to customize to your individual needs.
With over two decades’ worth of experience in social work, employment counselling, journalism and adult education across a broad range of sectors, I am also a graduate of Cape Breton University with a degree in Community Studies.
I look forward to meeting and working with you!