CSJ accepting applications until February 24th

February 3, 2020 – Brampton, ON Employment and Social Development Canada
Canada Summer Job program is accepting applications; the applications can be submitted until February 24, 2020. To get more youth working, small businesses with up to 50 employees, not-for-profit organizations and public-sector employers in Brampton South can now apply for funding for Canada Summer Jobs 2020.

Investing in young people is a key to ensuring Canada’s prosperity. Getting a good-quality summer job is a great way to help young Canadians gain valuable skills and workplace experience toward starting a meaningful career—all while helping build our workforce.

The Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) program creates summer job opportunities that provide valuable work experience for youth aged 15 to 30. These jobs help them gain the skills and experience they need to successfully join the workforce.

Providing high-quality jobs helps small businesses and not-for-profit organizations hire youth in quality jobs while also supporting our local communities. In Brampton South, the priorities focus on location and/or sector, but all eligible applicants are encouraged to apply.
“I encourage Brampton area not-for-profit organizations, public-sector employers and small businesses to apply for funding through the Canada Summer Jobs program. Helping young Canadians develop their skills and gain valuable workplace experience will ensure a strong economy and a healthy middle class.” said Sonia Sidhu, MP Brampton South
For more information and to apply, please visit Canada.ca/Canada-summer-jobs or a Service Canada Centre.

“Programs like Canada Summer Jobs give youth across Canada a chance to develop their skills and gain valuable work experience through quality job opportunities. This benefits youth, employers and communities everywhere in the country. I look forward to another successful season as we help equip our young leaders to participate in our thriving economy, both today and tomorrow.”
– The Honourable Carla Qualtrough, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Disability Inclusion