22 April 2020
Eva's Print Shop Supported By Canadian Print Scholarship Fund
Hands on training for at-risk youth
Hands on training for at-risk youth
 While Canadian Print Scholarships (CPS)  works to support students in college and university programs, CPS recognize that there are other paths to getting an education for our industry. For a number of years, Eva’s Print Shop has worked with at-risk youth in Toronto by providing graphic communications training and work placement opportunities. Eva’s Print Shop is a commercial print shop and social enterprise which trains and employs young people experiencing and at risk of homelessness
Supporting education for the printing industry
Supporting education for the printing industry
through it’s Graphic Communications and Print Training Program. It is operated by Eva’s Initiatives For Homeless Youth and all profit is redirected into its shelter, housing, and training programs for youth.The program provides 17 weeks of paid employment training. It teaches both employment and soft skills, such as punctuality and teamwork, and technical skills, such as using Adobe Creative Suite software and hands on work experience in digital printing, bindery and finishing, customer service and marketing.
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