TORONTO, Ont. — Sunbury Transport’s recruiting specialist Jayne Gunn has been selected to receive MicroSkills’ Community Service Award for 2010.
MicroSkills, an organization which assists the unemployed, with priority to women, racial minorities, youth and immigrants, will be presenting the award to Gunn at its annual general meeting in Toronto June 24.
The award honours an individual who has demonstrated commitment to improving the quality of life of people in the community, in particular women, immigrants and racial minority people.
“We are pleased to recognize your dedication in supporting the participants of our Women in Transportation program to develop the skills they need to succeed within the transportation industry. We are proud to share our celebration with such a dedicated community member as you are,” MicroSkills wrote to Gunn in her notification letter.
In addition to her work with Sunbury and the Women in Transportation program, Gunn also serves as secretary on the board of directors for the Women in Trucking organization.
For more information on the Women in Transportation program, watch for today’s episode of Transportation Matters in our video section on trucknews.com.
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