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At, the word “do” plays many roles. In fact, it is the star of the whole show.

“Do” as in “hair do”. Setting an appointment for a hair cut is something everyone masters and finds convenient. You call the stylist who tells you the shop’s availability. You figure out yours. You match and you go. If your schedule is hectic, as stable as a yoyo on a bus, then this arrangement is perfect. has changed — this January 11th — the whole schedule system for its experiential learning workshops. Up until then, the “organization” decided of the day and time of the meetings. Many members found it inconvenient and hard to adapt to. In true Waska Movement tradition, the members’ needs come first — that is the very reason why they joined in, in the first place. Now, here is how it works. Members consult the on-line schedule to shop an available time frame (windows of one hour) and “reserve” as many windows as they wish and need, when convenient. They call (418) 563-8125 and set an appointment. Easy, quick, simple.

“Do” as in “learning as you do” is the foundation of the experiential learning method. That’s what we do.

So… Do join us!



About Jean-François Néron /

Directeur général et guide-mentor chez «Waska, autonomie et services techniques communautaires» (Waskaquébec), une entreprise d'économie sociale œuvrant sans but lucratif à aider ses membres à acquérir l'autonomie socio-économique, à se concerter et à s'entraider pour bâtir leur prospérité. General Manager and Guide-Mentor at "Waska, autonomie et services techniques communautaires" (Waskaquébec), a non-profit, social economy enterprise helping its members acquire autonomy, collaborate in harmony and perform mutual help in building their prosperity.
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