We are looking for a fun-loving student for the position of Community Engagement Assistant.
After being closed for most of 2018, the PEI Military Family Resource Centre (PEI MFRC) is re-opening services in Summerside, starting Wednesday, January 16, in a new location.
On October 11, the PEI Military Family Resource Centre will officially launch the local branch of the Veteran Family Program during at trade-show event where Deputy Minister General (Ret’d) Walter Natynczk will give the keynote address.
We’re looking for a Program Associate to join our team September 4–November 30 (2018).
We are looking for a fun-loving student for the position of Community Engagement Assistant. Are you personable, organized, and motivated? Can you multi-task like a pro? Do you have good research and communication skills? Do you show initiative? Are you willing and able to walk 3 kilometers while wearing a fox costume on evenings and… [Read More]
Military Family Services is conducting a survey to determine the needs of parents of Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members and their spouses, and the needs of CAF members and their spouses who care for parents, and we would like to invite you to participate.
‘Tis the season for sending holiday cards and packages. As you get set to mail off your cards/packages for another year, why not think about sending something to a deployed member of our military? These men and women will be facing the holiday season away from home, and a kind note or a package showing… [Read More]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SUMMARY: Margaret Mackenzie, who led the PEI Military Family Resource Centre Virtual Program, is the 2017 recipient of the Liz Hoffman Memorial Commendation, which recognizes individuals or groups across Canada who exceed expectations in helping colleagues resolve difficult problem or in bringing about positive and lasting change to the Department of National… [Read More]
As much as we will the calendar not to flip, it’ll soon be September and back-to-school season for many military families across Prince Edward Island. Parents are checking items off their children’s school supply lists, teachers are dusting off lesson plans and getting their classrooms set to welcome another group of students, and guidance cousellors… [Read More]
Sunshine, beach days, an endless number of festivals, social BBQs, refreshing drinks by the pool, campfires, more daylight hours—’tis the season for relaxation and fun. Isn’t it? Social media tells us that we should be soaking up every relaxing minute in July and August. Make memories. Enjoy it. Don’t waste a single second. But summer can be a stressful time…