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Monique Rabideau Appointed to eCobalt Board

2018 / 05 / 18

Monique Rabideau, Chair of the DTRC’s Board of Directors, has been appointed to the Board of eCobalt Solutions Inc. Monique is currently the Practice Lead, Capital Markets and Securities for Practical Law Canada at Thomson Reuters. The DTRC is so pleased that she will be contributing her legal and corporate governance expertise to such an industry-leading company.

Crafting Your Future from the Present and the Past

2018 / 05 / 14

Whether you are looking for a parallel career in addition to your performance work, considering a career shift within your artistic practice, or thinking about a transition to a whole new field, this workshop is for you

The DTRC Quebec Office is presenting four free workshops this spring!

2018 / 04 / 9

Reserve soon for one or multiple workshops; spaces are limited.
 | 514-284-1515

Note that the workshops will be offered in French and will take place at 3680 Jeanne-Mance, bureau 313 (DTRC Quebec Office). The format will consist of a presentation by a professional speaker, followed by a discussion with participating dancers. Snacks will be served.


2018 / 03 / 19

As a tribute to its founder, the International Organization for the Transition of Professional Dancers (IOTPD) has created the annual Philippe Braunschweig Grant for retraining. This grant is meant for professional dancers who have had an international career and who don't qualify for transition support from any one of the countries where they have danced.

DTRC Seeking Director of Administration

2018 / 02 / 16

The Dancer Transition Resource Centre (DTRC) is seeking a passionate, motivated and experienced individual to direct the organization’s administrative function. Working collaboratively with the Executive Director, the Director of Administration will be responsible for the overall administration of the organization, working to improve processes and policies, and leading long term organizational planning.

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