The Career Starter Program will facilitate the transition of barriered youth into the labour market and increase their knowledge of the sector’s needs through recent and practical work experience.
The Science Horizons Youth Internship Program is a wage subsidy that helps recent graduates acquire work experience in fields linked to the green economy.
$20,000 wage subsidy to make the bio-economy more diverse and inclusive The Skilled Newcomer Internships for the Bio-economy is now accepting applicants. Canada’s bio-economy must become more diverse if the industry is to reach the talent needs of the next decade. Today, recent immigrants and internationally educated professionals (IEP) make up 26% of the workforce….
Offers up to $7,000 in wage subsidies to bio-economy and healthcare employers to hire students registered in STEM, healthcare, business programs and all other programs at Canadian post-secondary institutions.
Offers up to $11,500 in wage subsidies to bio-economy employers who hire, accommodate and train Internationally Educated Professionals to help them better integrate into the bio-economy.
Offers up to $13,500 in wage subsidies over six months to employers to hire a recent graduate from any discipline into a “green job”.
The Opportunities Fund wage subsidy program provides up to a maximum of $13,500 towards a salary as an incentive for bio-economy employers to hire, accommodate and train an employee with disabilities.
Science and Technology Internship Program – Green Jobs is a wage subsidy program for career placement opportunities in the natural resources sector linked to the green economy.
Offers up to $15,000 in wage subsidies over six months to bio-economy employers to hire a recent science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) graduate into a STEM position with an environmental focus.