Program offers funding for summer work experience for youth

The University’s Career and Employment Services office is now accepting job proposals from faculty and staff for the 2017 Summer Experience Program, which offers entry-level work for youth to develop skills that are career-related and transferable to the general labour market.

The number of positions is limited, and final approvals will be made by the provincial Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development.

Applications must be submitted no later than Wednesday, March 8. Find funding and eligibility details as well as the electronic application form on the program website. Direct questions to Yvonne Currie, career development co-ordinator in Career and Employment Services, at or 519-253-3000, ext. 3554.