M. Daniels Consulting began delivering employment programs in British Columbia in 1998.
Programs and projects, M.Daniels Consulting has been contracted to deliver include:
– WorkBC- Employment Program of BC
– Training for Jobs Program
– Targeted Wage Subsidy Community Coordinator
– Employment Assistance Service Contracts
– Skills Link Programs
– Youth Internship Agreements
– Transitional Consulting
– Experience Counts! TIOW Program
– Work Ready for Youth Program
– Youth Economic Development Conferences
The Chief Executive Director of the company is Michelle Daniels. Michelle Daniels has over 21 years’ experience in career/employment counseling contracting. This has included case management, contract management, facilitation, advising, project manager, transition consulting training coordination, and coordinating wage subsidies.
Michelle has extensive experience working on community development projects working collaboratively with community partners and stakeholders. Major projects include development of the North Cariboo Volunteer Centre, North Cariboo Youth Centre, North Cariboo Skills Centre, and the Youth Information and Resource Centre.
In addition, she has extensive experience working in Adult Education as an advisor and instructor in the Adult Dogwood program including instructor and outreach programs for Indigenous students. During this time, Michelle Daniels also developed the Employment One Guide for the school district in partnership with the Chamber of Commerce Bronze Employment Certificate. Michelle has also worked as faculty at the College of New Caledonia.
Active in the community, Michelle currently services as Past President for the Quesnel and District Chamber of Commerce, Chair of the Post-Secondary Education Council, and the director for the Career Practitioners Network. In the past she has served as director for Community Futures of the North Cariboo, Chair of the North Cariboo Youth Centre, BC Rural Network, Co-Chair of the North Cariboo Community Skills Centre, Youth Team member, Quesnel Mental Health Advisory Committee, and the Small Business Network.
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