Funding

Funding – Applied Science Co-op

Funding All UBC Applied Science Co-op work terms are paid learning experiences. If you have a position but do not have the necessary funding to pay a student, there may be assistance available.

 

Overview

The Student Work Placement program provides post-secondary students in technical (and some non-technical) programs across Canada paid work experience related to their field of study. The funds are distributed via multiple Employer Delivery Partners, each focusing on an area of expertise.

Eligibility

  • Position must be net new* (defined as above and beyond normal hiring head count)
  • Candidate must be a Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident, or hold Refugee status in Canada
  • Funding cannot be stacked with other Federal Funding (NSERC, IRAP, Federal Wage Subsidy, etc.)

Employers or positions within the bio-economy and bio-agro economy.

Growing Opportunities will support Work Integrated Learning (WIL) opportunities in the agriculture industry for agriculture and non-agriculture students.

Roles within the aviation or aerospace industry open to all disciplines.

Broad work integrated learning opportunities that provide students with meaningful work experiences aligned with their choice studies.

Employers or positions related to the environment or an environmental project.

Employers or positions within the electricity sector; generation, transmission, support services, smart grid, EV.

Food Processing Skills Canada’s Student Work Placement Program+ is a program for employers in the Canadian food and beverage manufacturing industry to hire students in colleges and universities across the country. Posting a job, hiring a college or university student, and accessing up to $7,500 in wage subsidy is easy.

Employers in Advanced Manufacturing, Artificial Intelligence, Cybersecurity, Fintech, Intelligent Retail, Big Data, Clean Tech, Connected transportation, Entertainment and Gaming, e-Health.

Tech-immersive work integrated learning opportunities that provide students with meaningful work experiences aligned with their choice studies.

Tourism HR Canada is a pan-Canadian organization with a mandate aimed at building a world-leading tourism workforce. It facilitates, coordinates, and enables human resource development activities that support a globally competitive and sustainable industry and foster the development of a dynamic and resilient workforce.

Increase the job readiness of students registered in post-secondary-programs.

Employers or positions within the Mining or Mineral Resource sector.

Employers or positions within Manufacturing and related sectors (NAICS codes 31-33).

Broad work integrated learning opportunities that provide students with meaningful work experiences aligned with their choice studies

From short-term support to full-time hires that offer a wide of programs at various costs commitment levels. Provide students and recent grads with the entrepreneurial skills today's Canadian startups and SMEs need.

Canada Summer Jobs provides wage subsidies to employers from not-for-profit organizations, the public sector, and private sector organizations with 50 or fewer full-time employees, to create quality summer work experiences for young people aged 15 to 30 years.