TORONTO, Nov. 6 /CNW/ - Scotiabank is opening its doors to Gr.9 students
on Take Our Kids to Work Day, learning what makes Scotiabank an exciting place
to work. Students will gain knowledge of unconventional bank jobs like
marketing and bank security, visit the trading floor, job shadow their parents
and much more.
Who: 200 Gr. 9 students
Veronica Lacy, President, The Learning Partnership
Jane Van Dyk, Sr. Manager, Security and Investigations
Jim Tobin, Marketing Director, Scotiabank
What: Take Our Kids to Work Day
Where: 4th Floor Cafeteria, 44 King Street West, Toronto
When: Wednesday November 7, 2007
8:30 a.m. Kick-off event and photo opportunities.
8:30 a.m. Welcoming remarks
8:35 a.m. Presentations to students about non-banker Scotiabank
9:05 a.m. Kids tour of Bank
Scotiabank Group has been a leading sponsor of Take Our Kids to Work Day
since its inception. More than 1,000 students across Canada are expected to
spend the day with their parents - tellers, traders, administrators, managers
and executives - who work in various roles at the Bank and its subsidiaries.
Take Our Kids to Work Day is a national program organized in part with
the Learning Partnership - a non-profit national organization which brings
together business, education, government, labour, policy makers and the
community to develop partnerships that strengthen public education in Canada.
For further information:
For further information: Livy Feldgajer, Scotiabank Public Affairs,
(416) 866-6203, firstname.lastname@example.org