Career Kick-Start Strategy To Help Youths

Wednesday, 19 April 2017 14:34
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As the 2016/2017 school year rounds off, graduates are looking for jobs in their field and the Ontario government wants to help with that.

Minister of Finance Charles Sousa and Minister of Advanced Education Deb Matthews announced the province's new Career Kick-Start Strategy.

Career Kick-Start will create more opportunities for high school and post secondary students along with recent graduates to help them develop their resume and build job relevant skills.

All of this includes expanding the Specialist High Skills Major Program, a new career ready fund for university and college students and much more.

Ontario will invest nearly $190 million over three years to the Career Kick-Start Strategy.

(Meghan Spotswood)

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