Explore World Corporation Канада


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Иммиграция в Канаду из Украины.
Иммиграционные услуги. Визы в Канаду.
Бизнес-иммиграция в Канаду.
Профессиональная и независимая иммиграция в Канаду.
Работа и учеба (обучение) в Канаде.
Помощь в оформлении Temporary resident visa

ИММИГРАЦИЯ В КАНАДУ. ИММИГРАЦИОННЫЕ УСЛУГИ В КАНАДУ

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Компания “Explore World Corporation” предоставляет весь спектр консультационных и юридических услуг необходимых для имииграции и прохождения иммиграционного процесса по федеральным и провинциальным программам, открытие и ведение бизнеса в Канаде, осуществление инвестиционных проектов.

Компания “Explore World Corporation” основана в Торонто (Канада) и работает на рынке иммиграционных услуг с 1997 г. В штате компании работают опытные адвокаты, нотариусы, переводчики, бизнес-консультанты, что позволяет нам комплексно решать вопросы иммиграции в Канаду из Украины наших клиентов.

Полное сопровождение всех юридических процессов наших клиентов и наиболее широкий спектр услуг по иммиграции в Канаду является визитной карточкой “Explore World Corporation”.

Наша компания помогает очень многим профессионалам из разных стран получить визу постоянного жителя Канады. Растет и число студентов, приезжающих с нашей помощью для обучения в Канаду с последующей иммиграцией.

МЫ ПРЕДЛАГАЕМ СЛЕДУЮЩИЕ УСЛУГИ ПО ИММИГРАЦИИ В КАНАДУ:

• Программа для профессионалов / независимая иммиграция в Канаду

• Программа для профессионалов с канадским опытом работы и учебы

• Иммиграционные программы отдельных провинций

• Бизнес Иммиграция в Канаду

• Программа семейного спонсорства

• Ведение бизнеса в Канаде

• Обучение в Канаде

• Адаптация в Канаде

• Иммиграция в Квебек

• Помощь в оформлении Temporary resident visa

Иммиграция в Канаду
“Explore World Corporation”

УКРАИНА, г. Харьков,
ул. Сумская 39, 5 этаж, офис. 197
тел. 8 057 764-22-76
моб. 8 095 12-777-24
e-mail: exploreworldcorp@ukr.net
РОССИЯ, г. Москва
тел. +74997099725
тел. +74997097652
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ИММИГРАЦИЯ В КАНАДУ. ПРОГРАММЫ ИММИГРАЦИИ В КАНАДУ

— Программа для профессионалов / независимая иммиграция в Канаду

Эта программа иммиграции предназначена для профессионалов, которые могут продолжить карьеру в Канаде.
Оценка шансов заявителей по этой программе происходит по шести параметрам. Минимальное количество баллов, необходимое для успешного прохождения иммиграционного процесса – 67.
Заявитель в данной иммиграционной программе должен документально подтвердить минимум один год работы по одной из 29 профессий, востребованных на сегодняшний день в Канаде, либо получить утвержденное приглашение на работу в Канаде, либо легально проучиться или проработать в Канаде минимум 12 месяцев.

При оценке шансов заявителя рассматриваются:
— образование;
— опыт работы;
— уровень английского/французского языков;
— возраст;
— утвержденное приглашение на работу;
— факторы адаптационности.

— Программа для профессионалов с канадским опытом работы и учебы

Эта программа иммиграции в Канаду – для тех, работает в Канаде по рабочей визе или получил образование в Канаде. Для подобных заявителей процесс интеграции в канадскую жизнь намного облегчен.
Для получивших двухгодичное образование в Канаде необходим минимум один год работы по рабочей визе. Подача иммиграционного заявления в этом случае должна происходить не позднее 12 месяцев после окончания визы.

Для обладателей рабочей визы необходимы два года работы в Канаде в течение 36 месяцев после окончания визы.

Для тех, кто находится в Канаде по рабочей или студенческой рабочей визе рассмотрение иммиграционного заявления может проходить на территории Канады при условии, что заявление подано в течение года по окончании рабочей визы.

— Иммиргационные программы отдельных провинций

Большинство канадских провинций подписали с Министерством Иммиграциии договора и проводят свою иммиграционную политику, приглашая в провинции необходимых специалистов.

В большинстве случаев, но не всегда, провиниальные программы требуют приглашения на работу.
Прежде чем ваше иммиграционное заявление будет рассмотрено, провинции должны оценить ваши шансы и выдать вам сертификат провинции. После этого окончательное решение по вашему иммиграционному заявлению будет принимать федеральное Министерство Иммиграции.

Иммиграционные программы провинций Канады:
— Альберта
— Британская Колумбия
— Квебек
— Манитоба
— Нью Брансвик
— Ньюфаундленд и Лабрадор
— Нова Скошья
— Онтарио
— Остров Принца Эдварда
— Саскачеван
— Юкон

— Бизнес Иммиграция в Канаду

Заявители по классу бизнес иммиграции в Канаду должны иметь подтверждение опыта ведения бизнеса и достаточно личных средств для бизнес-заявителя.

Существует три категории бизнес-иммиграции в Канаду:
— Программа иммиграции в Канаду для инвесторов предполагает, что ваши личные средства составляют не менее $ 800 000 и вы инвестируете в защищенные государством фонды $ 400 000. При этом обязательным условием является наличие у вас бизнес опыта.
— Программа иммиграции в Канаду для бизнесменов предполагает не только наличие у вас опыта ведения бизнеса, но и наличие как минимум $ 300 000 и покупку или создание нового бизнеса в Канаде.
— Программа иммиграции в Канаду для фермеров, спортсменов и творческих работников, которые могут сами для себя в Канаде создавать рабочие места.

— Программа семейного спонсорства

В случае, когда у заявителя есть родственники в Канаде, он может воспользоваться программой спонсорства для иммиграции в Канаду.

Существует возможность спонсировать:
— Супруга;
— Родителей и дедушек/бабушек;
— Зависимых детей;
— Сестру, брата, племянника, племянницу или внуков, если им не исполнилось 18 лет, они не состоят в браке и являются полными сиротами;
— Усыновленных детей в возрасте до 18 лет;
— Любого другого родственника, если у Спонсора нет никаких других родственников (в этой категории можно спонсировать только одного родственника).

— Ведение бизнеса в Канаде


Услуги компании Explore World Corporation не ограничиваются ведением иммиграционных процессов для бизнес-заявителей в классе бизнес-иммиграции в Канаду и иммиграции для инвесторов.

Мы предлагаем полное юридическое и консультационное обслуживание для иностранных бизнесменов, планирующих вести бизнес в Канаде и поддержку вновь созданных бизнесов для тех, кто успешно прошел процесс по классу бизнес-иммиграции.
ExploreWorldCorporation обеспечивает своим клиентам юридическое сопровождение их корпоративной деятельности и защиту инвестиций в недвижимость.

Explore World Corporation предлагает следующие услуги:
— Создание и регистрация новых бизнесов
— Лицензирование бизнесов
— Покупка и продажа бизнесов
— Налогообложение бизнесов
— Коммерческие соглашения/договора
— Трудовые договора
— Акционерные договора
— Торговые марки и патенты

— Обучение в Канаде

Канада традиционно принимает на обучение студентов со всего мира. Ежегодно в Канаду приезжает примерно 130 000 человек для учебы в колледжах и университетах.

Канадское образование привлекает своими высокими стандартами, сравнительно невысокой стоимостью и огромными возможностями карьерного роста.
В Канаде нет единой государственной системы образования, которое находится под юрисдикцией провинций и территорий. Программы обучения и их стоимость совершенно разные в разных провинциях.
Все среднее и высшее образование представлено колледжами и университетами. Университеты предлагают академические и научные программы для получения степени магистра и доктора наук. Программы колледжей позволяют получить профессиональное образование.

В Канаде два официальных языка – английский и французский. Большинство университетов предлагают образование на одном из этих языков, либо на обоих сразу. Для улучшения языковых навыков в большинстве университетов существуют подготовительные языковые курсы, либо студенты могут брать дополнительные языковые курсы, уже поступив на любую из базовых образовательных программ.

Обучение английскому и французскому языкам сроком до 6 месяцев не требует студенческой визы, но для граждан тех стран, с которыми Канада сохраняет визовый режим, нужна обычная визитерская виза.

Обучение в Канаде свыше 6 месяцев требует студенческой визы (хотя и существуют определенные исключения).
Обычно студенческая виза выдается при наличии письма о зачислении на учебу и подтверждении финансовых средств на учебу и проживание в Канаде.

«Explore World Corporation» предлагает широкий спектр услуг по подбору учебных заведений для школьников, студентов и аспирантов и получению студенческих виз.

Мы помогаем нашим клиентам подобрать учебный курс и провести регистрацию в:
— языковых школах;
— частных общеобразовательных школах;
— колледжах;
— университетах.

Важным моментом для иностранных студентов в сегодняшней системе образования Канады является возможность легально работать и возможность получения рабочей визы для работы в каникулы, на практике и после получения докторской степени.

— Адаптация в Канаде

Услуга адаптации в Канаде востребована после получения визы постоянного жителя Канады, а также при планировании деловых поездок.

Мы предлагаем полный комплекс услуг по адаптации в Канаде:

  • Помощь в приобретении временной медицинской страховки на семью.
  • Поиск и аренда жилья до прибытия в страну.
  • Встреча в аэропорту города Торонто и доставка до места проживания.
  • Поездка в отделение Service Canada Centre для оформления карточки социального страхования (SIN).
  • Поездка в офис Министерства Здравоохранения для подачи документов на получение карточки медицинского страхования (Health Insurance Card).
  • Поездка в банк.

Перечень адаптационных услуг в Канаде может быть расширен под Ваши потребности. Мы поможем вам адаптироваться на первом этапе, чтобы уверенно сделать первые шаги в Канаде и влиться в канадское общество гармонично!

— Иммиграция в Квебек

На сегодняшний день самым привлекательным направлением для иммиграции в Канаду является иммиграция в канадскую провинцию Квебек.

В 1978 году благодаря договору между Федеральным правительством Канады и провинцией Квебек, Квебек получил право проводить независимую иммиграционную политику, и оценивать кандидатов на профессиональную иммиграцию в соответствии с собственной системой подсчёта баллов и списком привилегированного образования.

Профессиональная иммиграция в Квебек
Для успешного прохождения процесса профессиональной иммиграции по программе провинции Квебек, заявитель должен иметь образование и опыт работы, позволяющие ему легко приспособиться к особенностям и требованиям рынка труда Квебека. Проходной балл по программе профессиональной иммиграции в Квебек составляет 49 баллов для одного иммигранта и 57 баллов для супружеской пары и начисляется по совокупности нескольких критериев отбора:

  • Образование (минимальный балл присуждается за среднее образование, максимальный за степень магистра, кандидата и доктора наук);
  • Диплом о профессиональном образовании, полученный в Квебеке;
  • Диплом, полученный по специальности из списка привилегированного образования;
  • Официальное приглашение на работу в Квебек (новый Регламент присуждает разные баллы за приглашение на работу в Монреаль и за официальное приглашение на работу, полученное из регионов Квебека, отдавая предпочтение последнему);
  • Опыт работы (максимальный балл даётся но новому Регламенту за 4 года работы, а в расчёт принимается теперь только опыт работы за 5 лет предшествующих подаче иммиграционного заявления);
  • Возраст (максимальный балл за возраст получают заявители от 18 до 35 лет);
  • Знание французского и английского языка (критерии отбора по языку остались пока прежними: знание заявителем государственных языков Канады проверяется иммиграционным офицером на интервью, оцениваются только устная речь и понимание речи на слух);
  • Близкие родственники в Квебеке (к близким родственникам новый Регламент относит только супругов, родителей, детей, родных братьев и сестёр, дедушек и бабушек);
  • Работа или обучение в Квебеке (максимально возможный балл начисляется за обучение в Квебеке 2 семестра или работу в течении 6 месяцев);
  • Наличие детей (по новому Регламенту максимальный балл заявители получают за детей до 12 лет, и дополнительные баллы за детей от 12 лет до 21 года);
  • Финансовая независимость;
  • Специальность, образование, опыт работы, возраст, язык супруги/супруга и др.
  • Адаптабельность (баллы по данному критерию присуждаются заявителям по результатам собеседования с иммиграционным офицером)
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Бизнес иммиграция в Квебек
Для успешного прохождения процесса бизнес иммиграции, заявитель должен продемонстрировать способность внести значительный вклад в развитие экономики провинции.

Существует три программы бизнес иммиграции в провинцию Квебек:


Предприниматели
Требования программы: наличие капитала в размере $300.000 CDN, опыт работы в течение трёх лет в области управления рентабельным предприятием, наличие бизнес плана, доказывающего намерение купить или организовать в Канаде собственный бизнес, лично участвовать в управлении этим предприятием, и создать рабочие места для трёх жителей Канады, соблюдение следующих требований в течение одного из трёх последующих после иммиграции лет: владение не менее 1/3 активов созданного или приобретённого предприятия, непосредственное руководство предприятием, обязательство нанять на работу не менее одного жителя Канады, не являющегося членом семьи предпринимателя.

Инвесторы
Требования программы:наличие капитала в размере $800.000CDN, опыт работы в течение трёх лет в области управления рентабельным предприятием,обязательство вложить в канадскую экономику $400.000 CDN; сроком на пять лет.

Автономные работники
К этой категории относятся, прежде всего, лица творческих профессий: музыканты, артисты, художники. Требования программы: наличие капитала в размере $100.000 CDN, способность обеспечить себя работой, создав индивидуальное частное предприятие, опыт работы по специальности от двух лет.

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Employer guide 2020-2020 — Young Canada Works

Table of Contents

Section 1: General Information

About YCW

Young Canada Works Footnote 1 (YCW) provides career opportunities for Canadian youth and solutions for employers by supporting summer job programs for students and internship programs for unemployed or underemployed college and university graduates. These programs help youth acquire skills in various sectors, such as the cultural and heritage sectors, as well as develop their second language skills.

Summer Jobs for Students and Internships for Graduates

General Objectives of YCW

  • help young Canadians gain practical work experience, develop their skills, enhance their employability, and learn more about their career options;
  • increase the pool of skilled and qualified candidates in the cultural and heritage sectors and offer opportunities to work in both official languages; and
  • enhance the knowledge and appreciation of Canada’s achievements and cultural heritage.

Application Process for Employers

Who can apply?

To determine if your organization is eligible to apply, please read the eligibility criteria specific to each program in Section 2 for Summer Work Experience for students and Section 3 for Career Focus for graduate internships.

How to apply?

YCW programs are implemented through various Delivery Organizations. You must apply online via the YCW Interactive Website to the Delivery Organization most appropriate to your organization’s mandate and/or project objectives. Delivery Organizations are responsible for evaluating and approving applications and for administering funded projects.

Contact information for the Delivery Organizations can be found in Appendix A.

Application status

Our goal is to issue an official notification of the funding decision within 10 weeks of the application deadline.

If your application is approved, you will receive an email confirmation from your Delivery Organization with a preliminary offer. If you accept the preliminary offer, your job description will then be posted online for potential candidates to view and you will then gain access to the online list of candidates in order to start recruitment for your YCW position(s).

If your application is refused, you will receive a written notification from the Delivery Organization.

All questions, including requests for feedback on your application, should be directed to the Delivery Organization to which you apply (see Appendix A).

Deadlines

Deadlines for employer applications vary from one program to another. Applications submitted after the annual deadline will not be considered for evaluation.

Languages and Work

*Please contact your chosen Delivery Organization to confirm the deadline date.

Employer Obligations

1. Recruiting and hiring

  • undertake a fair and transparent selection process (including open competitions and unbiased adjudication of eligible candidates) and respond to applicants in a timely manner (you may be required to explain your selection process in writing to your Delivery Organization);
  • ensure that all candidates are registered in the YCW online candidate inventory and meet program eligibility criteria (see Candidate Eligibility);
  • complete and submit an online Candidate Eligibility Form to your Delivery Organization for pre-approval of your candidate(s) eligibility BEFORE hiring your chosen candidate;
  • sign a contract with your Delivery Organization, upon approval of your candidate, detailing the YCW contribution amount, contractual terms and conditions and the timing of payments;
  • complete an online Staffing Report within the first week of employment and ensure the candidate also has completed and submitted his portion of the Report;
  • comply with applicable federal, provincial or territorial labour laws, regulations and statutes, including occupational safety standards and employment insurance or equivalent; and
  • acknowledge the Government of Canada in your promotional and media activities. For guidelines and graphic symbols see: Public Acknowledgement.
  • confirm the intern’s legal status (visa requirements, required financial guarantees, etc.);
  • subscribe to travel updates available at https://travel.gc.ca/travelling/advisories;
  • provide intern placement details to your Delivery Organization at least two months before the intern’s expected departure;
  • advise interns with dual citizenship that they must travel with Canadian documents in order to receive services from the Government of Canada while abroad; and
  • ensure that each intern, before leaving Canada, registers at the Government of Canada website: http://travel.gc.ca/travelling/registration.

In an emergency, 24-hour assistance is available through government offices that provide consular services to Canadian citizens abroad:

From outside Canada:

Telephone
+1-613-996-8885 (call collect where available)

From inside Canada:

Telephone (not related to passport)
613-996-8885
1-800-387-3124 (toll-free from the U.S. and Canada only)

Candidate Eligibility

Any student or graduate intern you hire must:

  • be a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident, or have refugee status in Canada;

Note: Non-Canadian students or graduates holding temporary work visas or awaiting permanent status are not eligible.

  • be legally entitled to work in Canada;
  • be between 15* and 30 years of age at the start of employment (*where permissible under provincial/territorial labour laws);
  • have completed the school year at the start of employment;
  • meet the specific eligibility criteria of the program to which you apply;
  • be registered in the YCW online candidate inventory;
  • be willing to commit to the full duration of the work assignment (minimum 30 hours a week); and
  • not have another full-time job while employed in a YCW job.

Participants in a Summer Work Experience program must:

Participants in a Career Focus program must:

  • be a recent graduate who has graduated from college or university within 24 months of the start of employment;
  • be unemployed or underemployed, i.e. not employed full-time;
  • not be receiving Employment Insurance (EI) benefits while employed in a YCW job; and
  • not have previously participated in or been paid under a YCW internship or any other Career Focus internships funded under the Government of Canada’s Youth Employment and Skills Strategy.

2. Training and supervision

  • consult the Government of Canada website at https://travel.gc.ca/travelling/advisories for the Country Travel Reports (including up-to-date information on safety, security, health, and visa requirements); and
  • monitor your intern’s progress using electronic and telephone communications.

3. Salary and benefits


  • pay wages and benefits in a timely manner in accordance with labour laws and regulations of the province/territory of the work site. Employee wages must be in line with industry standards in the region where they are working and commensurate with their training and work experience. The subsidized work week is a minimum of 30 to a maximum of 40 hours. YCW contributions are based on the actual salaries paid to employees; and
  • pay participants from payroll and make the required source deductions.

4. Transportation arrangements

If transportation is required for the duties related to the job, you must

    provide health and travel insurance for participants while outside Canada, including coverage for repatriation for medical, or security and safety emergencies;

pay a living allowance abroad sufficient to maintain an equivalent standard of living to that in Canada, based on local conditions; and

Note: Living allowances and other financial support must comply with Canadian laws and regulations. YCW interns must receive wages (in Canada) and a living allowance (abroad) in a timely manner, and in keeping with industry standards.

  • The Canada Revenue Agency considers the intern’s income and supplementary benefits taxable income. Earnings in most cases are pensionable and insurable and must be declared by the interns.
  • 5. Reporting and follow up

    • keep an account of cash and in-kind contributions and expenditures;
    • ensure that you and your YCW employee(s) complete ALL of the following forms that are available online at the YCW interactive Website in a timely manner:
      • Candidate Eligibility Form (before hiring)
      • Staffing Report (due the first week of the employment period)
      • Evaluation Questionnaire (employee(s)’s portion due during the last week of employment; employer’s portion due within 30 days of the last day of employment)
      • End of Work Term Report (employee(s)’s portion due during the last week of employment; employer’s portion due within 30 days of the last day of employment)

    Any additional information or documentation that may be requested by your Delivery Organization (for example, supporting payroll documentation).

    6. Questions?

    Contact your Delivery Organization (Annex A) if you have questions or need more information.

    Or, call the Government of Canada’s Youth Information Line:

    Section 2: Summer Jobs for Students

    Young Canada Works offers two Summer Work Experience programs:

    YCW in Heritage Organizations

    Is your organization eligible?

    Your organization is eligible if it is:

    • an incorporated, non-profit organization in Canada with a heritage mandate, such as a museum*, archives, library, or an organization managing a heritage site**;
    • an educational or cultural institution that has distinct objectives, programs and budget related to heritage;
    • a non-profit organization under a provincial, territorial, regional or municipal government, that has distinct objectives, programs and budget related to heritage;
    • a professional heritage service organization;
    • an Indigenous regional government or governing body (band/tribal council) and/or Indigenous organization with a mandate to preserve and support Indigenous heritage (First Nations, Inuit and Métis); and
    • stable and financially healthy.

    *Note: For the purposes of this program, a museumis defined as a permanent institution that collects, preserves and makes accessible to the public heritage resources, which it holds in trust for society. Eligible applicants include art galleries, cultural centres, natural history museums, historical and heritage societies, science centres, zoos, aquaria, botanical/heritage gardens, insectaria and herbaria.

    **Note: The term «heritage site» includes monuments, architectural heritage, historic and archaeological sites or elements or structures of an archaeological nature, which are of historical, aesthetic, ethnological or anthropological value. Naturally-occurring landscapes and related nature conservation organizations are not eligible under this program. (Please consult the Environment and Climate Change Canada website at www.ec.gc.ca for alternative programs, such as the Science Horizons Youth Internship Program.)

    Your organization is not eligible if it is:

    • a federal department, federal agency or a Crown Corporation;
    • a provincial or territorial government department;
    • for-profit; or
    • a non-profit organization, with a heritage mandate in support of a federal entity, that is operationally dependent on the federal entity by virtue of its administrative and/or contractual relationship.

    For more information about the employer eligibility criteria, please consult the Employer Selection Criteria webpage.

    What objectives should your application address?

    Your application should meet YCW general objectives as well as the following specific program objectives that follow.

    Young Canada Works in Heritage Organizations (YCWHO) helps Canadian students to acquire, through summer or short-term jobs, the knowledge and skills needed to prepare for the heritage sector labour market and to consider career choices in the heritage sector.

    The specific objectives of YCWHO are:

    For students:
    • help them acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to prepare for the heritage sector labour market and to increase their employability;
    • provide them with opportunities to network with heritage professionals;
    • increase their knowledge and appreciation of significant local and national achievements and of heritage fields; and
    • encourage them to consider a career in a heritage field.
    For the heritage sector:
    • help heritage organizations maintain their operations in key functions with a skilled workforce.
    Repeat participants

    Government priorities

    Please note that the application assessment process will take into account the following priorities:

    Indigenous organizations, youth, and cultural heritage (First Nations, Inuit or Metis), including applications:

    • from indigenous employers (all eligible projects);
    • for a project aimed at indigenous participants (indigenous or non-indigenous employer);
    • for a project focusing on indigenous cultural heritage (indigenous or a non-indigenous employer).

    For more information about the evaluation process, please contact the Delivery Organization (Appendix A) to which you intend to apply.

    How to apply

    You must apply online at the YCW Interactive Website to the Delivery Organization (see Appendix A) with a mandate closest to your organization’s mandate or to that of the proposed job.

    • Association pour l’avancement des sciences et des techniques de la documentation (Canadian Francophone libraries and related documentation centres);
    • Canadian Council of Archives (Canadian archives and related organizations or Canadian libraries operating in English);
    • Canadian Museums Association (Canadian museums and related heritage organizations); and
    • The National Trust for Canada (Canadian built heritage sites and related organizations).

    How much assistance is available?

    * For a participant (employee) who must travel more than 125 km between their primary residence and the summer job work site, the program may cover reasonable transportation costs (one round trip) in accordance with program policy. Accommodation costs are the responsibility of the participant. As applicable, the employer should notify their Delivery Organization upon approval of the candidate to obtain the Participants Transportation Policy and Transportation Assistance Requests Forms (to be completed by the participant and employer) and to discuss possible transportation arrangements.

    If you are planning to hire an eligible participant with a disability, please notify your Delivery Organization upon approval of your candidate regarding any special requirements to facilitate their participation. Reasonable costs related to job accommodation requirements may be reimbursed up to a maximum of $3,000 per participant.

    For more information on financial assistance, please see the contractual terms and conditions for employers and/or contact the Delivery Organization (Appendix A) to which you intend to apply.

    How will the funds be delivered?

    Your selected Delivery Organization will evaluate your application. If your YCWHO project(s) is approved:

    Important note: If you cannot meet the terms and conditions of employment as set out in your contract, or these change, you must immediately contact your Delivery Organization to amend your contract.

    Questions?

    Contact your selected Delivery Organization (Appendix A) if you have questions or need more information.

    OR, call the Government of Canada’s Youth Information Line:

    YCW in Both Official Languages

    1. a job in which the employee’s first official language is used to foster the development of an official-language minority community (Francophone community outside of Quebec or Anglophone community within Quebec); or
    2. a job offering the opportunity to practice second-language skills (including Languages at Work).

    Is your organization eligible?

    Your organization is eligible if it is:

    • a private, public, non-profit organization, or a municipality;
    • incorporated;
    • involved in national, provincial, territorial, municipal or community activities;
    • willing to hire young people from other regions of Canada;
    • conducting activities in both official languages; and
    • stable and financially healthy.

    Your organization is not eligible if it is:

    • a federal department, federal agency or a Crown Corporation; or
    • a provincial or territorial government department.

    What objectives should your application address?


    For students:

    • explore career opportunities using both official languages;
    • acquire practical work experience;
    • develop professional networks in official-language minority communities; and
    • discover a new region of Canada.

    For the official languages sector:

    • promote the benefits of Canada’s linguistic duality;
    • assist businesses and organizations in providing services in both official languages across Canada; and
    • support the development of official-language minority communities.

    For the community, region and country:

    • enhance services in both official languages by businesses and organizations in various regions of the country;
    • contribute to the labour force needs of official-language minority communities; and
    • contribute to the sustainable development of official-language minority communities and help address the exodus of young people.

    For more information about the employer eligibility criteria, please consult the Employer Selection Criteria webpage.

    How much assistance is available?

    If you are planning to hire an eligible student with a disability, please notify your Delivery Organization upon approval of your chosen candidate regarding any special requirements to facilitate the student’s participation. Reasonable costs related to job accommodation requirements may be reimbursed up to a maximum of $3,000 per participant.

    The Canada Revenue Agency considers the student’s income and supplementary benefits taxable income. Earnings in most cases are pensionable and insurable and must be declared by the students.

    For more information on financial assistance, please see the contractual terms and conditions for employers.

    How will the funds be delivered?

    Your organization will enter into a contract with and receive payments from the appropriate Delivery Organization. Payments will be made once the Delivery Organization has received and accepted the documents required by the terms of the contract.

    Languages at Work

    Important: Languages at Work has special conditions. Please read carefully.

    The goals of the program are to provide Canadian students with a practical summer job experience and a chance to practice and improve their second official language following their participation in the Explore program (bursary program offered by the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC)).

    Your organization is eligible if it:

    For more information, please contact the Fédération de la jeunesse canadienne-française at 613- 562-4624 or visit their Web site at http://www.languagesatwork.ca/.

    How to apply

    You must apply online at the YCW Interactive Website to the Delivery Organization responsible for delivering the program in your province/territory. See Appendix A.

    For more information, please contact the Delivery Organization (Appendix A) to which you plan to submit your application directly.

    Section 3: Internships for Graduates

    Young Canada Works offers two Career Focus programs for unemployed or underemployed college and university graduates:

    YCW at Building Careers in Heritage

    Young Canada Works at Building Careers in Heritage (YCWBCH) helps unemployed or under-employed recent Canadian college and university graduates to acquire professional skills and experience through career-oriented internships in Canada and abroad.

    This program supports four general types of internships, including:

    Internships in Canada in:

    1. Heritage fields related to the key functions of a museum, archives, library, built heritage or heritage site
    2. Conservation sciences
    3. Arts administration or arts practice

    International Museology internships

    Is your organization eligible?

    Your organization is eligible if it is:

    • an incorporated, non-profit organization in Canada with a heritage mandate, such as a museum*, archives, library, or an organization managing a heritage site**, or an arts organization;
    • an educational or cultural institution that has distinct objectives, programs and budget related to heritage;
    • a non-profit organization, under a provincial, territorial, regional or municipal government, that has distinct objectives, programs and budget related to heritage;
    • a professional heritage or arts service organization;
    • an Indigenous regional government or governing body (band/tribal council) and/or Indigenous organization with a mandate to preserve and support Indigenous heritage (First Nations, Inuit or Metis); and
    • stable and financially healthy.

    *Note: For the purposes of this program, a museum is defined as a permanent institution that collects, preserves and makes accessible to the public heritage resources, which it holds in trust for society. Eligible applicants include art galleries, cultural centres, natural history museums, historical and heritage societies, science centres, zoos, aquaria, botanical/heritage gardens, insectaria and herbaria.

    **Note: The term «heritage site» includes monuments, architectural heritage, historic and archaeological sites or elements or structures of an archaeological nature, which are of historical, aesthetic, ethnological or anthropological value. Naturally-occurring landscapes and related nature conservation organizations are not eligible under this program. (Please consult the Environment and Climate Change Canada website at www.ec.gc.ca for alternative programs, such as the Science Horizons Youth Internship Program.)

    Your organization is not eligible if it is:

    • a federal department, federal agency or a Crown Corporation;
    • a provincial or territorial government department;
    • for-profit; or
    • a non-profit organization with a heritage or arts mandate in support of a federal entity that is operationally dependent on the federal entity by virtue of its administrative and/or a contractual relationship.

    For more information about Employer Selection Criteria, please consult Internships in Canada and/or International Museology Internships.

    What objectives should your application address?

    Your application should meet YCW general objectives as well as specific program objectives that follow.

    The specific objectives of YCWBCH are:

    For graduates:

    • help Canadian young graduates find career-oriented internships corresponding to their educational profile in order to acquire specialized skills and increase their employability;
    • help them to acquire advanced professional work experience as well as knowledge and practical skills in key functions of heritage and culture organizations; and
    • help them to integrate into the labour force in the heritage and culture sectors after their internship or earn money for post-graduate studies in a related sphere.

    For the heritage sector

    • help heritage and culture organizations meet their long-term needs for professional human resources to sustain their ongoing operations.

    Government priorities

    Please note that the application assessment process will take into account the following priorities:

    • Indigenous organizations, youth, and cultural heritage, including applications: from Indigenous employers (all eligible projects);
    • for a project aimed at Indigenous participants (Indigenous or a non-Indigenous employers); and
    • for a project focusing on Indigenous cultural heritage (Indigenous or a non-Indigenous employers).

    For more information on the evaluation of the applications, please contact the Delivery Organization (Appendix A) to which you intend to apply.

    How to apply

    You must apply online at the YCW Interactive Website to the Delivery Organization (see Appendix A) with a mandate closest to your organization’s mandate or to that of the proposed project.

    For internships in Canada:

    1. in heritage fields related to the key functions of a museum, archives, library, built heritage or heritage site please apply online directly to the most appropriate Delivery Organization below:
      • Association pour l’avancement des sciences et des techniques de la documentation (Canadian Francophone libraires and documentation centres)
      • Canadian Council of Archives (Canadian archives and related organizations or Canadian libraries operating in English)
      • Canadian Museums Association (Canadian museums and related organizations)
      • The National Trust for Canada (Canadian built heritage sites and related organizations)
    2. Conservation sciences: Please apply online directly to the Canadian Museums Association
    3. Arts administration or arts practice: Please apply online directly to the Cultural Human Resources Council

    For International Museology Internships*: Please apply online directly to the Canadian Museums Association.

    *Applications are accepted from Canadian museums and related heritage organizations which, in collaboration with a museum or related heritage organization situated outside Canada, propose a museology internship project to take place, in part or in whole, at the foreign host organization. For example, an exhibition project requiring research or on site work abroad.

    For more information, please contact the Delivery Organization to which you plan to submit your application (Appendix A).

    How much assistance is available?

    Transportation Costs

    For international museology internships: The program will cover transportation costs (one round trip) for travel to the international work placement and provide a monthly housing allowance up to $15 per day.

    If you are planning to hire an eligible intern with a disability, please notify your Delivery Organization, upon approval of your candidate regarding any special requirements to facilitate their participation. Reasonable costs related to job accommodation requirements may be reimbursed up to a maximum of $3,000 per participant.

    For more information on financial assistance, please see the contractual terms and conditions for employers.

    How will the funds be delivered?

    Your selected Delivery Organization will evaluate your application. If approved:

    Questions?

    Contact your selected Delivery Organization (Appendix A) if you have questions or need more information.

    Or, call the Government of Canada’s Youth Information Line:

    YCW at Building Careers in English and French (Canadian and International internships)

    Is your organization eligible?

    Your organization is eligible if it is:

    • a private, public or non-profit organization with opportunities to build advanced skills through internships;
    • incorporated;
    • stable and financially healthy;
    • conducting activities in both official languages; and
    • for domestic internships: an official-language minority community media (radios and newspapers).

    Eligible organizations include, but are not limited to, language schools, publishers, educational institutions, translation firms, visual and performing arts, film and video companies, and cultural and heritage organizations.


    Your organization is not eligible if it is:

    • a federal department, federal agency or a Crown Corporation; or
    • a provincial or territorial government department.

    What objectives should your application address?

    For graduates:

    • gain practical work experience and build advanced skills in career-related work;
    • develop an understanding of international labour markets and existing language industries;
    • promote language industries through educational institutions and help develop international youth networks;
    • enter the workforce during or at the end of the employment period;
    • develop specialized skills for the international labour market and for the language industries; and
    • acquire specialized skills useful to meet the labour market needs of official-language minority communities.

    For the official language sector:

    • help develop the knowledge economy relating to Canada’s language industries;
    • support employers and host organizations in official-language minority communities; and
    • increase the pool of highly qualified youth in key official language-related sectors of the international labour market.

    For the community, region and country:

    • assist in building official-language capacity, job opportunities and opportunities for new immigrants in official-language minority communities;
    • support the sustainable development of organizations and communities;
    • increase the pool of young Canadians able to function in both official languages in official language-related sectors;
    • showcase Canada’s culture abroad; and
    • raise the linguistic and cultural profile of Canada abroad.

    For more information on the evaluation process, please contact the Fédération de la jeunesse canadienne-française (FJCF) .

    How much assistance is available?

    If you are planning to hire an eligible graduate with a disability, please notify your Delivery Organization, upon approval of your chosen candidate regarding any special requirements to facilitate the intern’s participation. Reasonable costs related to job accommodation requirements may be reimbursed up to a maximum of $3,000 per participant.

    The Canada Revenue Agency considers the student’s income and supplementary benefits taxable income. Earnings in most cases are pensionable and insurable and must be declared by the students.

    For more information on financial assistance, please see the contractual terms and conditions for employers.

    How will the funds be delivered?

    You will enter into a contract with and receive payment from the Fédération de la jeunesse canadienne-française (FJCF). Payments for approved positions will be sent when the FJCF receives and accepts the required reporting forms.

    How to apply

    Appendix A: Delivery Organizations

    Footnotes

    Young Canada Works is an initiative of the Department of Canadian Heritage in support of the Government of Canada’s Youth Employment Strategy.

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