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In Motion & Momentum (IM&M): Building Resilience, Hope and Sustainable Futures

Program to assist those distant from the labour market acquire critical life and employability skills.
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What works for work? Employment Integration in Youth Service Hubs Across Canada

The project implements and tests the Individual Placement and Support (IPS) intervention among youth who are not in education, employment or training.
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Reboot Plus

First-of-its-kind program in Canada will help youth who haven’t finished high school to re-engage in both education and career development.
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Futureproofing the Food and Beverage Processing Workforce

The first systematic testing of a framework to help the food and beverage processing industry adapt to change.
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Material Handling 4.0: Building Pathways to Employment for Disadvantaged Groups

Help new and current material handlers in Hamilton to transition to new job opportunities within the supply chain sector.
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Upskilling Canadian Youth for In-Demand Tech Careers

Launching low-income, young adults into IT careers by providing professional and technical skills training, job placement, and five years of post-hire services.
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Aspire Atlantic

Creating a program to bridge the gap between employer demand and workforce attachment in Nova Scotia and PEI.
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Career Advancement for Immigrant Professionals

Help underemployed immigrant professionals overcome barriers to career advancement and help employers retain and leverage newcomer talent.