Computer Camp Program

In partnership with Balmoral Hall School for girls in Winnipeg and the Canadian Centre for Refugee Employment (CCRE Inc), we are proud to offer an opportunity for refugee children to learn essential computer skills.

Our program recognizes the value of bilingualism and cultural diversity, and we believe that the integration of different cultures can enrich our society. Through this program, we hope to positively impact the lives of all involved and contribute to the successful integration of refugees into the community.

The EAL Computer Course is a ten-week fully funded program that is designed to teach participants the language of computers and improve their basic computer skills. The course covers a wide range of topics, including Microsoft Office, the Internet, search engines, cyber security, and other computer programs. This program is open to permanent residents, refugees, claimants, Provincial Nominees, and naturalized Canadian citizens who are currently enrolled in high school, adult education, language or college courses, or who plan to do so in the future. A Canadian Benchmark of 3 up to 5 is required to participate.

Our program is proud to have served 25 to 40 participants in the 2013 class, and we continue to work towards expanding our reach and impact. We believe that computer skills are essential for success in today’s world, and we are committed to providing our participants with the tools and knowledge they need to succeed.

Join us at PJICI’s Computer Camp program and take advantage of this opportunity to improve your computer skills and prepare for post-secondary education. Apply now and take the first step towards a brighter future!