Mooseheads and Venor Youth Team Up
We're excited to annouce a new partnership with the Halifax Mooseheads to help former players start their careers post-graduation! The Mooseheads and Venor have entered into a partnership to benefit former members of the team. Chantal Brine will meet with former players as they approach university graduation to identify career options, assess aptitudes, help with resumé writing, networking and interview skills. The alumni will also participate in Venor’s proprietary Students2Mentors platform through which they will be paired with a mentor in the community and have access to a variety of other online career-development tools.

Edunova Stay in NS 2017-2018 Program Open!
So proud to partner with EduNova Co-operative Ltd. again in supporting another 50 international students in starting their careers in NovaScotia! STAY-NS is a province wide cohort program that connects final year (graduating) international students directly to the labour market, helps them to build valuable employment skills, workplace knowledge, and build meaningful and professional connections.

Talent Firm Venor Tackles Ivany Report with their Youth Employment Business
In response to the Ivany Report revealing that working age youth are leaving Nova Scotia and creating a shortage of workers to replace retirees, talent firm Venor decided to use their business connections to help young professionals stay in the region. Venor’s Chantal Brine says, “[Our Youth Employment business] was born by wanting to take action from a private sector perspective to help our province and region keep our young people.”

Call for Mentors - STAY in Nova Scotia Employment Preparation and Residency Program
Edunova and Venor are partnering to bring mentorship opportunities to a group of committed international students who want to make Nova Scotia their home post-graduation.

ENTREVESTOR: Youth missing out on challenges, rewards of careers in sales, search firm says
Young Atlantic Canadians, and the region's economy, are missing out because young people donate understand the rewards of a career in sales, according to professionals at executive search firm Venor.

Venor Launches Career Management Division and Appoints Genevieve Belben as its Vice President
HALIFAX, NS June 14, 2016 - Venor announced today that it is launching Venor Career Management, a career transition division. The division will be led by seasoned career transition professional, Genevieve Belben.

The Mount and Venor partner to keep international graduates in Nova Scotia
HALIFAX, NS (May 30, 2016) – Mount Saint Vincent University announced today that it is collaborating with Halifax-based talent firm Venor to help connect international student graduates with employers and opportunities to start their careers in Nova Scotia.

Venor Acquires Local Start-Up and Appoints Chantal Brine as its Vice President
HALIFAX, April 27, 2016- Venor has acquired the assets of Equals6, an Innovacorp-funded technology company that connects graduates with mentors vested in the post-collegiate success of their mentees.

Pilot Aimed to Keep Graduates in Nova Scotia Launched by Venor
Venor is pleased to announce the launch of an initiative to connect recent graduates, including international students, to meaningful work experiences in Nova Scotia.

Mooseheads and Venor Youth Team Up
We're excited to annouce a new partnership with the Halifax Mooseheads to help former players start their careers post-graduation! The Mooseheads and Venor have entered into a partnership to benefit former members of the team. Chantal Brine will meet with former players as they approach university graduation to identify career options, assess aptitudes, help with resumé writing, networking and interview skills. The alumni will also participate in Venor’s proprietary Students2Mentors platform through which they will be paired with a mentor in the community and have access to a variety of other online career-development tools.

Edunova Stay in NS 2017-2018 Program Open!
So proud to partner with EduNova Co-operative Ltd. again in supporting another 50 international students in starting their careers in NovaScotia! STAY-NS is a province wide cohort program that connects final year (graduating) international students directly to the labour market, helps them to build valuable employment skills, workplace knowledge, and build meaningful and professional connections.

Talent Firm Venor Tackles Ivany Report with their Youth Employment Business
In response to the Ivany Report revealing that working age youth are leaving Nova Scotia and creating a shortage of workers to replace retirees, talent firm Venor decided to use their business connections to help young professionals stay in the region. Venor’s Chantal Brine says, “[Our Youth Employment business] was born by wanting to take action from a private sector perspective to help our province and region keep our young people.”

Call for Mentors - STAY in Nova Scotia Employment Preparation and Residency Program
Edunova and Venor are partnering to bring mentorship opportunities to a group of committed international students who want to make Nova Scotia their home post-graduation.

ENTREVESTOR: Youth missing out on challenges, rewards of careers in sales, search firm says
Young Atlantic Canadians, and the region's economy, are missing out because young people donate understand the rewards of a career in sales, according to professionals at executive search firm Venor.

Venor Launches Career Management Division and Appoints Genevieve Belben as its Vice President
HALIFAX, NS June 14, 2016 - Venor announced today that it is launching Venor Career Management, a career transition division. The division will be led by seasoned career transition professional, Genevieve Belben.

The Mount and Venor partner to keep international graduates in Nova Scotia
HALIFAX, NS (May 30, 2016) – Mount Saint Vincent University announced today that it is collaborating with Halifax-based talent firm Venor to help connect international student graduates with employers and opportunities to start their careers in Nova Scotia.

Venor Acquires Local Start-Up and Appoints Chantal Brine as its Vice President
HALIFAX, April 27, 2016- Venor has acquired the assets of Equals6, an Innovacorp-funded technology company that connects graduates with mentors vested in the post-collegiate success of their mentees.

Pilot Aimed to Keep Graduates in Nova Scotia Launched by Venor
Venor is pleased to announce the launch of an initiative to connect recent graduates, including international students, to meaningful work experiences in Nova Scotia.