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Funding Information for Trent Faculty and Staff


TWSP - Trent Work Study Program

The application for funding for the 2017-18 school year (Fall and Winter) will open on June 1, 2017 and will be available until June 30, 2017.. Click here for more details.

TI - Trent International Job Subsidy Program

The application for funding through Trent International for the 2017-2018 Academic Year will be available on myTrent/Support/International beginning on May 3, 2017

Job Subsidy applications received by May 1-31, will be processed by June 15th; those received June 1-July 31, will be processed by August 15th; those received August 1-31, will be processed by Sept. 15th.

If you have any questions, please contact jjenkins@trentu.ca.

Click here for more details about the program.

Summer Subsidies

The Summer Experience Program

2017 DEADLINE - Proposal Form must be emailed to the Career Centre by midnight Thursday, March 9, 2017.

  

The Career Centre co-ordinates the collection of the Ontario Summer Experience Program (SEP) funding applications for Trent faculty and staff. Due to new rules and restrictions imposed by the Ministry, Trent is limited to 5 submissions in total. As such, only one application per department can be submitted to the Career Centre to be considered for submission to the government. 

Complete this Proposal Form and email it to careers@trentu.ca by the March 9th deadline.

 

This program of the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development is intended to provide valuable entry-level work experience for Ontario youth and enables participants to develop transferable, career-related skills.

To be eligible for SEP, student employees must meet all of the criteria:

  1. The student must be 15 - 24 years of age (or up to 29 with a disability);
  2. The student must be eligible to work in Canada with a SIN card;
  3. The student must be living in Ontario during the summer;
  4. The student must either be currently attending the university or enrolled in the university for future term study or must be a recent graduate (have graduated from the university within six months of the first day of employment).
  5. Positions are generally for a period of 7-18 weeks and fall between May1 and August 31, 2017.

 

The Ministry provides funding to support SEP positions at institutions at a maximum of $2,979.00 per position. Full allocation per position is based on the student contract length of 217.5 hours or 30 days based on 7.25 hours per day. Click here for detailed info on the criteria.

 For the summer of 2016, two positions at Trent were funded.

 

Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ)

This year, applications are being accepted online from December 7, 2016 until January 20, 2017, with students starting their jobs as early as April 2017.

The Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) program provides funding from the federal government to create summer job opportunities for young people aged 15 to 30 years who are full-time students intending to return to their studies in the next school year. To be eligible, students must also be a Canadian citizen, a Permanent Resident, or have refugee status.

This year, the CSJ program will focus on the following local priorities:

  • Special events including summer festivals, community celebrations, agricultural fairs, and Canada’s 150th anniversary of Confederation;

  • Areas that do not have many summer jobs and those that experience high seasonal summer populations; and

  • Sectors including agriculture, tourism, volunteer, arts and culture, history, municipalities, and the skilled trades.

They are also encouraging more employers to come forward with applications that support and complement a number of national priorities. These include:

  • small businesses, in recognition of their contribution to the creation of new jobs;
  • employers involved in the welcome and settlement of immigrants (including Syrian refugees) in Canada;
  • employers that hire Indigenous people;
  • opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and Information, and Communications Technology (ICT); and
  • employers involved in activities celebrating Canada’s 150th anniversary of Confederation.

FUNDING – wage subsidy

  • The Trent employer will receive a subsidy of 50% of the provincial minimum wage; employers can pay more than the minimum wage

  • Mandatory Employment Related Costs are not reimbursed

  • The employer is eligible for additional funding (up to $3,000/student with a disability) to accommodate the student in the workplace

APPLYING

  • The website has specific info on what employer information and job details you will need to complete the application , e.g. the Application Form, the Articles of Agreement

TRENT INFO THAT YOU WILL NEED FOR THE APPLICATION:

  • Trent’s Business Number: 119268928RP0002

  • Legal Name: Trent University

  • Year the organization was established: October 17, 1964

  • Number of Full-Time Employees Working in Canada: 740

  • If required, the letter of permission from OPSEU can be obtained from Rosemary Dunford

ASSESSMENT PROCESS  - the website has:

  • An application checklist outlining the criteria the application will be checked against

  • An assessment criteria – seven criteria that the application will be scored on

For more information on CSJ, including the eligibility criteria and application guide, visit the Canada.ca/Canada-summer-jobs, a Service Canada Office or by calling 1-800-935-5555.

 

Other potential sources for summer position funding include:

 

Agilec (formerly Northern Lights) -- www.agilec.ca

Fleming CREW Employment Centre -- www.flemingcrew.ca

EPC Peterborough -- www.epcjobs.ca