PartnershipsiSisters has provided and currently provides its programs in partnership with the following non-profit organizations:
iSisters is now partnered with Youville Centre. Read More > iSisters is now partnered with Lanark County Interval House.
iSisters is now partnered with Immigrant Women's Services Ottawa (IWSO).iSisters has confirmed a partnership with the Bethany Hope Centre, and will install a lab with ten workstations and commence programs in the fall of 2013. Read More > This year, iSisters’s expansion is reaching beyond the downtown area using our Mobile Lab in partnership with the NROCRC where our learner’s will complete a Photo Voice project. Over five weeks, five women will be creating a video from photos that they captured for a community development project. Read More > iSisters launched our Mobile Learning Lab project in partnership with Operation Come Home in 2011. Our goal was to offer an enriched Web 2.0 training program for young at-risk women using our mobile lab equipment of laptops and digital cameras. Since then, twenty five young women have gained valuable communications technology skills in web development, graphic design, photo and video editing. Read More > In 2010, iSisters formalized a partnership with the Women’s Immigrant Program at OCISO. Since then, we have implemented three levels of workshops from introduction to advanced classes, and have graduated over a ninety students. Read More > In August 2011, students at Tewegan Transition House learned how to build and design a website on an open source platform through the iSisters Mobile Learning Lab. Read More > In 2008, iSisters set up four computer workstations and customized a program tailored to the needs of the women at St. Joe’s. Since then, fifty women have graduated from the Computer Basics program. Read More >