Local Labour Market Partnership (LLMP)

Local Labour Market Partnership (LLMP)

The Local Labour Market Partnership (LLMP) Program is designed to help Six Nations of the Grand River’s employers and service organizations and local employee and/or employer associations, improve their capacity for developing and implementing strategies to deal with labour force adjustments and to meet human resource requirements.

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Student Support Services

Student Support Services

The Student Support Services Program provides year-round employment workshops to middle school and post-secondary students. This program is designed to raise awareness about the importance of career planning and preparing for the future. These workshops also focus on helpful resume, cover letter, and interview tips for young job seekers.

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Summer Work Experience (ISETS)

Summer Work Experience (ISETS)

The Summer Work Experience program is funded through ISETS and is designed to provide career-related, summer employment for secondary and post-secondary students, by providing wage subsidies to employers. Hire the workers you need while giving a student the summer work experience of a lifetime!

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Summer Challenge (Stay In School)

Summer Challenge (Stay In School)

The Summer Challenge Program is designed to encourage students to stay in school, return to school or transition from school to work. This program encourages personal development through life skills and job readiness training while stressing the importance of staying in school.

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Canada Ontario Job Grant (COJG)

Canada Ontario Job Grant (COJG)

The objective of the grant is to support workforce development and encourage greater employer involvement in training through cost-sharing arrangements to train individuals.

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Self-Employment Assistance Part II

Self-Employment Assistance Part II

The Self-Employment Assistance Program Part II provides financial assistance to existing businesses who are at risk of closure due to economic instability. This program has been developed in 2020 to encourage individual entrepreneurs to work with local resources to maintain their business. SEA Part II provides financial assistance, training and technical assistance to individuals in receipt of Employment Insurance (E.I.) or without income, who have their own business to enable them to become self-employed but will normally lose E.I. benefits as a result of this decision.

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