The Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia (LISNS) is proud to introduce The Youth Legal Information Project, a project that is aimed at providing practical legal information to youth under the age of 25. Thank you to The Law Foundation of Ontario for its continued support in providing legal information to Nova Scotians of all ages.
Getting a Job
Host Ainsley Jackson discusses her experience as a youth navigating the world and what it was like finding a job. Hear Ainsley and Jenna Oosterhold, co-owner of Bliss Caffeine Bar in Halifax, where they discuss how to stand out when looking for a new job!
Jenna discusses her experience in hiring as a co-owner of a small local business. She discusses what helps people (and their resumes) stand out, and how to ace your next interview!
LawLISNS are short legal information podcasts presented by the Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia (LISNS-pronounced 'listens'). LawLISNS talks about everyday legal problems in Nova Scotia, your rights and responsibilities, and ways to work things out.
The law and information talked about in this episode were current as of August 2023. Laws change, so check with LISNS or a lawyer to see if the law has changed since then. LISNS podcasts explain the law in a general way as it applies in Nova Scotia, Canada. The information is not intended as legal advice. If you have a legal problem, contact a lawyer for advice about what steps you should take in your situation.