Organizations to help you access Student Work Placement Program funding
Supporting employers in the electricity generation, transmission and distribution space, and supporting services.
Eligible employers are hiring students for meaningful environmental jobs in science, technology, engineering, arts or mathematics, or business.
For employers providing work-integrated learning opportunities for students with digital or technology components.
MiHR's Gearing Up program provides funding to organizations creating new work-integrated learning opportunities in mining.
Subsidies are available to employers who are creating a work-integrated learning opportunities in biotech or healthcare.
Funding to employ post-secondary students in a small-to-medium sized business (SME) or startup in any discipline.
Helping alleviate the cost barriers associated with hiring and training students with minimal experience in the aviation and aerospace industry.
Through its WILWorks program, the consortium supports employers looking for wage subsidies to hire interns in Canada’s manufacturing and related sectors.