Co-operative Education Office

A Winning Formula for Everyone!

Co-operative Education Office

Université de Moncton

Co-operative Education Office

A Winning Formula for Everyone!

Co-operative Education Office

Université de Moncton

Financial Support - Main Subsidies

Financial Support - Main Subsidies

Canada Summer Jobs

Funded by: Service Canada

"Canada Summer Jobs provides funding to help employers create summer job opportunities for students. It is designed to focus on local priorities, while helping both students and their communities.

Canada Summer Jobs:

  • provides work experiences for students
  • supports organizations, including those that provide important community services; and
  • recognizes that local circumstances, community needs and priorities vary widely

Canada Summer Jobs provides funding to not-for-profit organizations, public-sector employers and small businesses with 50 or fewer employees 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."

Young Canada Works in Both Official Languages 

"Young Canada Works in Both Official Languages is a summer job program. Eligible employers may benefit from wage subsidies and access to a pool of talented youth with innovative ideas and competitive skills.

Positions last from six to 16 weeks and students must work 30 to 40 hours per week. Students with a disability are eligible for part-time work.

  • YCW may contribute a maximum of 50% of the student’s employment costs (i.e. wages, benefits and other eligible expenditures) for private and public sector organizations.
  • YCW may contribute a maximum of 70% of the student’s employment costs (i.e. wages, benefits and other eligible expenditures) for non-profit organizations.

 

SEED (New Brunswick)

SEED-CO-OP Work Term

"This part of the SEED Program utilizes wage reimbursements to help provincial departments, agencies, hospital corporations, community colleges or universities employ students in post-secondary co-operative education programs. Co-op students can be employed up to 16 weeks allowing them to earn income, gain valuable work experience and fulfill the academic requirements of their co-op program."

(SEED-CO-OP Online Application Form)

"The Student Employment Experience Development (SEED) program provides a variety of employment opportunities for post-secondary students during the summer months. Jobs that are eligible for approval are within First Nations communities, municipalities, non-profit organizations and the private sector. The aim of the program is to enhance students' employment prospects upon completion of their studies, while enabling them to finance the continuation of their education."

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC Experience Awards)

Funded by: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada

Approved Canadian industrial organizations may qualify for cost sharing up to a value of $4500. The employer must supplement the award by at least 25% of the value. A travel allowance may also be granted. 

Experience Awards - Private Sector 

NSERC’s Experience Awards (previously Industrial Undergraduate Student Research Awards [IUSRA]) offer companies access to talented natural sciences and engineering undergraduate students for a work term. This cost-shared program allows students to address company-specific R&D challenges while gaining valuable industrial experience. Experience Awards also let companies identify potential future full-time employees.

Venture for Canada

Venture for Canada's Atlantic Internship Program supports growing businesses with generous wage subsidies and standout student talent. We cover up to 70% of a student's total compensation.

BioTalent Canada

Funded by: Student Work Placement program (SWPP)

Provides employers within the biothechnology industry or other employers hiring for a job role with a biothechonology focus with co-op wage subsidies up to maximum of $7,000.

Canadian Council for Aviation & Aerospace

Funded by: Student Work Placement Program (SWPP)

Provides employers with wage subsidies of up to 50 percent of the wage cost for the placement (up to a maximum of $5,000 per placement) and up to 70 percent (up to a maximum of $7,000 per placement) for first-year students and under-represented groups including, women in STEM, Indigenous students, persons with disabilities and newcomers. 

ECO Canada

Funded by: Student Work Placement Program (SWPP)

Provides a wage subsidy of up to 50% to a maximum of $5000 to employers hiring students in an environmental role. 

Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC)

Funded by: Student Work Placement Program (SWPP)

Provides employers with up to 50% (maximum of $5,000) of a work term student's pay in wage subsidies. Employers who hire students from underrepresented groups inclunding women in STEM, indigenous students, recent immigrants, persons with disabilities, and first-year students may also qualify for additional funding (up to 70% or $7,000).

Information Technology Association of Canada (ITAC)

Funded by: Student Work Placement Program (SWPP)

Provides employers with up to 50% (maximum of $5,000) of a work term student's pay in wage subsidies. Employers who hire students from underrepresented groups inclunding women in STEM, indigenous students, recent immigrants, persons with disabilities, and first-year students may also qualify for additional funding (up to 70% or $7,000).

 

Campus d'edmundston

165, boulevard Hébert

Edmundston NB E3V 2S8, Canada

info@umce.ca

506 737-5049

Sans frais: 1 800 363-8336

(Canada et États-Unis)

Campus de Moncton

18, avenue Antonine-Maillet

Moncton NB E1A 3E9, Canada

info@umoncton.ca

506 858-4000

Sans frais: 1 800 363-8336

(Canada et États-Unis)

Campus de Shippagan

218, boulevard J.-D.-Gauthier

Shippagan NB E8S 1P6, Canada

umcs.info@umoncton.ca

506 336-3400

Sans frais: 1 800 363-8336

(Canada et États-Unis)