The employer’s filing period for Canada Summer Jobs 2021 Coming to an end. Nonprofits and public and private employers in Drummond with 50 or fewer full-time employees as of January 29.
The program supports employment of young people between the ages of 15 and 30. Organizations pledge to provide part-time and full-time jobs between the end of April of this year and the end of February 2022. The wage contribution is expected to be paid up to 75% of the hourly minimum wage in the public sector, especially as it has risen to 100% for non-profit organizations.
Last year, grant applications were accepted for 78 Drummond employers, totaling $ 653,086 across 161 positions and 14 municipalities.
“These are numbers I am especially proud of. EEC offers all young people between the ages of 15 and 30, especially those who face barriers, the opportunity to develop and improve their skills in the non-profit sectors. Profitable, public and small businesses.”
Martin Champox, Drummond MP