New Support At City Of Temiskaming Shores
McGuinty Government Helping Young Northerners Build Careers
Young northerners are gaining work experience close to home, and northern communities are reaping the benefits.
With support from the province, the City of Temiskaming Shores has hired an accounting clerk intern for one year, who will gain valuable work experience.
Helping northern youth get the work experience they need is part of the McGuinty government's plan to create and support jobs for Ontario families and to strengthen local economies.
- Ontario is supporting the placement through the NOHFC's Youth Internship and Co-op Program.
- Two previous interns hired by the City of Temiskaming Shores through the program both found permanent employment as a result of the training and experience they received during the internship.
- Since May 2010, Ontario has supported more than 650 placements by investing approximately $12.8 million through the NOHFC's Youth Internship and Co-op Program.
“Our government is committed to helping bright, talented young people find training and employment opportunities in Northern Ontario. I'm very pleased that the City of Temiskaming Shores is once again availing itself of this program.”
“By investing in our young workforce, Northern Ontario employers are preparing a new generation of workers for future employment right here in the North.”