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Transform your artistic passion into a profitable career. Quebec boasts a thriving creative landscape, encompassing everything from video game development to music to visual arts. At YES, our experienced coaches will support you every step of the way as you discover how to turn your creative work into a steady source of income.
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Meet Ruken Usta our February Client of the Month. Ruken moved to Montreal four years ago after graduating with a degree in Nutritional Science in Turkey. As a newcomer, she faced integration issues and struggled with feelings of isolation. Ruken discovered YES’ Youth on the Rise program and believed it could be a valuable opportunity. Find out how Youth on the Rise became a turning point in Ruken’s life.
Although there is growing awareness around mental health issues by employers, fear of discrimination in the workplace remains. Many employees are reluctant to ask for help because they worry that their mental health issues won’t be understood or taken seriously, and that their business relationships might deteriorate.