JA Quebec would like to announce the departure of Jordan Madore, Company Program coordinator, who will be giving his position to Alison Harik, starting September 13, 2021. Alison is highly familiar with the program, having participated in the program in High School, as president of her company. She continued to be involved with JA Quebec as a recruiter in schools for the Company program, as a volunteer and lastly, as company program center manager. Throughout her journey with JA Quebec, Alison had demonstrated her leadership, her sense of organization and her great dedication. Thus, she is very motivated to continue her adventure with JA Quebec in her new role.
Good news! As JA Quebec is continuously developing, we have created two new positions to ensure the growth of the organization. We are welcoming two new members to our team.
With the goal to further develop and introduce our programs to new schools, Charles André Bordeleau will take on the position of Relationship Marketing Manager in Program Development starting September 13, 2021.
We will also welcome Jeremy Cohen as agent de communication, , starting September 20, 2021, whose role will be to support our global communications efforts, including our various social media platforms and communications in relation to our donors and strategic partners.
Welcome Alison, Kristie, Charles and Jeremy!
On September 10, 2021, Company Program coordinator, Jordan Madore will be leaving his position at JA Quebec to take on new professional challenges in an accounting position, within the Government of Quebec.
However, he will remain involved with JA Quebec as a volunteer and advisor to facilitate the transition of tasks. He will continue to participate in the development of certain projects and, of course, be actively involved with COJEQ!
Jordan has volunteered with JA Quebec for over 17 years, in addition to having participated in the Company program as a high school student. As the Company Program coordinator for the past 18 months, Jordan had brought many improvements, including the modification of some processes to facilitate the work of the volunteers, as well as developing the “in-school curriculum” for the Company Program, format offered by teachers in classes.
During the pandemic, he took the challenge to offer our programs differently, notably establishing the Virtual Entrepreneurial Project (PEV) and transitioning the NASJAQ competition into a virtual setting. He also worked on the creation of the new program: The Junior Entrepreneur program, dedicated to primary school students in 5th and 6th grade. We would like to highlight his professionalism, his leadership and the quality of the interpersonal relationships he had established with all the groups involved. Jordan is appreciated by all for his generosity and his concern for the well-being of others.
It is with great gratitude that the JA Quebec team thanks him for his excellent service and we wish him great success in the pursuit of his professional career. We are happy he chose to stay involved with JA Quebec and its staff and volunteers. Thus, we do not say ‘’goodbye’’ to him, but rather: