Although this scholarship is from Fraser Institute in BC, this scholarship opportunity is available all across the country for ages 16 to 96 years young and from high school to graduate education.
Last week, we welcomed our new Executive Director Leona Conrick to the PEI MFRC team. It’s been a busy week around here, for sure, but we wanted to take some time to sit and chat with Leona and get to know her a bit.
Margaret has brought an abundance of energy, enthusiasm, and warmth to our team, and she’s done so working from first Winnipeg and now Germany. She’s been such a dedicated team member, and her drive to connect military families across the country is nothing short of inspiring. We’re really going to miss her.
As you may have heard through the PEI military grapevine (yes, there is such a thing), Executive Director Donna Earl is retiring this month! We wanted to take the opportunity to chat with Donna before she leaves us (sob, sob) and heads back to her home in Meaford, ON, to learn a little more about the woman who’s been spearheading things here as the very first Executive Director of PEI MFRC.
Donna Earl, executive director of the PEI Military Family Resource Centre, is retiring the end of March. Leona Conrick will assume the position March 20.
There are only a few days left to submit your application for the RBC Students Leading Change Scholarship!
There are fifteen $10,000 scholarships available.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (CHARLOTTETOWN PE) February 22, 2017 – In celebration of International Women’s Day, the PEI Military Family Resource Centre (PEI MFRC) is hosting a global virtual event featuring three inspirational Canadian women. The PEI MFRC has been hosting virtual events about health, finances, and other aspects of military life since 2015, serving military… [Read More]
Recently, Military Family Services rolled out its new national website, linking to brand new sites for all Military Family Resource Centres across the country.
This year, the PEI Military Family Resource Centre is very pleased to be partnering with the PEI Public Library Service on the Valentines for Veterans project.
One evening, in November 2016, we hosted a virtual ceilidh across the entire country, and it was so incredible, it’s taken us over a month to post this recap! So, first, we apologize for making you all wait for so long for us to tell you all about how this wonderful event went—and we thank… [Read More]