Please note: this Propel info session is for BC-based employers. A national session will take place on December 9.
Need help bringing on new staff? Hiring students is a great way to build your team for short-term needs and to build a talent pipeline for the long term! And now you can access a wage subsidy of up to $7,500 through Propel, a brand new Student Work Placement Program (SWPP)!
Aimed squarely at the tourism and hospitality sector, Propel is a new initiative to help the hardest-hit sector recover from the devastating impacts of the pandemic.
Learn more about how your organization can take advantage of this wage subsidy program and how to bring on students from hospitality and tourism management, culinary arts, and other programs from across the province at this info session on November 15, 2021, at 2:00 PM Pacific.
Brought to you by the Talent MATCH Program, a collaboration between go2HR, the BC Museums Association, the Alliance for Arts + Culture, and the Association for Co-operative Education & Work Integrated Learning, this info session will feature Rachel George and Joe Baker from Propel, who will explain how the program works and how to apply.
This info session is free, but you must register for it here.
Want more information on hiring students in British Columbia? Visit the Talent MATCH webpage or contact Project Manager Debby Reis at TalentMatch@acewilbc.ca.