The Propel Student Work Placement Program offers tourism and hospitality employers access to up to $7,500 in wage subsidies when they hire a post-secondary student for work-integrated learning: an internship, a co-op placement, a work experience placement, and more.
The many benefits? Students gain paid hands-on learning and mentoring in their field of study. Employers acquire much-needed early talent to help with the recovery of the industry, as well as assistance with wages after an 18-month stretch of little or no income. Post-secondary institutions complement their programming by connecting students and the workplace.
Tourism HR Canada will be hosting an info session on this recently launched program on Thursday, October 7, at 1:00pm Eastern.
Join the one-hour virtual session to learn:
- What work-integrated learning is, why it matters, and how it can benefit your business
- Who qualifies for the Propel program
- Where to post a job
- How to apply for a wage subsidy
- What information you’ll need
- When the subsidy is available
- How Tourism HR Canada can support you
A Q&A component will follow the presentation. Registrants are invited to submit questions in advance via the registration form.
Join us for a full look at this federally funded program that supports the hard-hit tourism and hospitality sector. Register today!