to assist students in preparing for their future entry into the
labor market. Focuses on providing work experience, developmental
learning experience and entrepreneurial skills for in-school
youth through the provision of a wage subsidy to employers.
Bands, organizations, aboriginal small businesses and/or corporations.
that are currently attending Secondary / Post Secondary institutions
and Youth (currently not in school).
provide career-related experience, address social issues, or
provide specific entrepreneurial training.
sector - Maximum $2.50 per hour. Public Sector - Maximum $4.25
per hour and Non-Profit - $7.00 per hour or current minimum wage.
Employment Related Costs: CPP-2.36%; UIC-4.22%; Holiday Pay-4%
(as at December 2/97) plus WCB costs.
Costs: Negotiable-training costs when related to youth training.
to $100.00 per employee (only when required and when ISETS budget
Special Costs: No funds allowed for Special Costs.
ISETS Board of Directors encourage all applicants of their programs,
to seek financial resources other than ISETS funds that are available,
as well as consider employer contribution whenever possible.