VIDEO: ABLE wraps up 25th year celebrations with annual justice career fair

Staff
February 15, 2018
By Staff
Paulette Joseph and Josef Osroff of ABLE.
Paulette Joseph and Josef Osroff of ABLE. Photo: R. Francoeur
There were jokes, fidget spinners and plenty of options presented as career avenues to the curious student body at the 15th annual justice career fair, hosted in partnership by the Association of Black Law Enforcers (ABLE) and the University of Guelph-Humber, in north Toronto last week.

ABLE estimates a couple hundred students perused the fair and sought information from one or more of the 24 exhibitors, which included police departments, government and other law enforcement agencies as well as fire and ambulance services.

“We are very proud of our relationships with the University of Guelph-Humber and the various justice-based organizations in the community,” said ABLE president, Kenton Chance, in a news release. “Bringing our partners and students together in a collective forum generates awareness for the industry and enables employers and students to have constructive conversations about the overall workforce and opportunities within it.”

ABLE is a non-profit organization that addresses the needs and concerns of Black and other racial minorities in law enforcement and the community.

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