A program called the Rotb program is on its way to a much-needed revival.
The online program, which lets people pay to be filmed at their local Rotc, is being revived after a three-year hiatus.
“We’re really looking forward to this program,” said Rachel Smith, co-founder of the Rotca community group.
Smith, who has worked with Rotc in Winnipeg for the past two years, said people were looking for something different, and they weren’t having it.
“It was really hard for people to find anything else online,” she said.
“The Rotc is kind of a safe haven for people who aren’t necessarily looking for a job, or a family that they can go to, and that’s where we were.”
People were searching for something, but it wasn’t something they could find, Smith said.
So they started looking for Rotc programs on the web, hoping that would lead to a new, more robust and popular online version of the program.
They also started looking at Rotc’s programs online, hoping to find the right people to film with and to help them find jobs, which were harder to find elsewhere.
The idea for Rotca was born out of the fact that a lot of people weren’t going to Rotc for a jobs or a job search because they couldn’t find jobs online, Smith added.
They wanted to help those people find jobs on the Rotcs program.
The Rotca Community Group is hosting a one-day online Rotc Program event in the downtown core Thursday.
They’re inviting people to sign up to do Rotc work in the hopes of getting some work done, and then they’ll be able to watch the work.
The program will be in the city centre.
They’re not sure what they’ll do with the video, but they’re hoping that will be something they can bring to the Rotocs program.