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Co-op Placement (I.S.C)


To promote the benefits of education as key to labour market participation

To support the development and enhancement of essential employability skills among First Nations and Inuit youth such as communication skills, problem solving and working with others

To introduce youth to a variety of career options

To help youth acquire skills by providing wage subsidies for mentored work experience

To support the provision of mentored school-based work and study opportunities such as co-operative education and internships


Program Details

Costs covered included placement support dollars and transportation costs.

Our Annual Report

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