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Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) via YES program

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The YES Program or the Youth Employment Strategy is the one responsible for giving students the opportunity to get hired for summer jobs in Canada. With the creation of a yearly program such as YES, students get their share of working while gaining experience in the field of their study.

The fact that many students opt in to prepare themselves for the upcoming regular work after graduating increases the productivity rate of these future work / labor sector percentage gives the government the advantage to turn students at an earlier stage to become responsible workers for companies. (photo credits below to www.servicecanada.gc.ca)


Canada Summer Jobs 2012


But with all these, there must be some set of standards to follow and requirements to fulfill. For example, summer jobs for students have a specific set date for the application period. This year, 2012 summer jobs application ended last February 29, 2012 so if you are interested to get in the program, you have to be really vigilant about announcements on its opening for application and closing period, otherwise, your application will not be assessed and not entertained anymore.

At the official website of the Human Resources and Skills Development Canada – (www.hrsdc.gc.ca) it states that “Canada Summer Jobs provides funding to help employers create summer job opportunities for students between the ages of 15 and 30. It is designed to focus on local priorities, while achieving tangible results for both students and their communities.”

Next year, 2013, be sure to be there on the line waiting vigilantly to apply for a slot and get your application form entertained. With this in mind, you may either subscribe to us here at How To Work In Canada or visit the official site listed above the for the HRD Canada.

One Response to “Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) via YES program”

  • Abdel-azim A Sabirin says:

    i’m interested for applyed my skills welder SMAW NC2/GMAW NC2 or electrecian BWI NC2 / EIM Nc3 in your hiring jobs to canada….thank you


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