INDIGENOUS AND NORTHERN AFFAIRS CANADA (INAC)
Post-Secondary Student Support Program (PSSSP) and University and College Entrance Preparation Program (UCEPP)
PSE Call Package 2017-2018 – includes Q&As about PSE Protected / General Pool Application, Application Form #1, Application Form #2
Annual Register of PSE Students Reporting and Training – Complete Package (2016-2017) – Due August 31, 2017
Key Elements from the Package:
Presentation Slides – Completing the Annual Register of PSE Students
Job Aid – Areas of Study
Job Aid – Completing the DCI
Quick Reference – Annual Register of Post-Secondary Students
Job Aid Resources:
Logging on to the INAC Services Portal – Recipients Guide
Completing the Annual Register of PSE Students Online – Recipients
Areas of Study-Post-Secondary Education
Searching and Filtering Online in NR & PSE Reports
How to Match Students: Recipients
Post-Secondary Partnerships Program (PSPP)
The PSPP provides funding to eligible Canadian post-secondary institutions to design and deliver university- and college-level courses or programs tailored for First Nations and Inuit students to help these students gain the skills they need to enter and succeed in the labour market.
First Nations and Inuit Skills Link Program
The First Nations and Inuit Skills Link Program helps First Nation and Inuit youth acquire essential employment skills and learn about job and career options.
First Nations Inuit and Youth Summer Work Experience Program
The First Nations and Inuit Summer Work Experience Program provides youth with summer employment opportunities where they can gain work experience and develop important skills such as communication, problem-solving and teamwork.
EMPLOYMENT AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT CANADA (ESDC)
Aboriginal Skills and Employment Training Strategy (ASETS)
ASETS agreement holders design and deliver employment programs and services, which include skills development, training for high-demand jobs, job finding, programs for youth, programs for urban and Aboriginal people with disabilities and access to child care.
Skills and Partnership Fund (SPF)
The SPF is a demand-driven, partnership-based program that supports government priorities through strategic partnerships by funding projects contributing to the skills development and training of Indigenous workers for long-term, meaningful employment.
Canada Learning Bond (CLB)
The CLB is money that the Government of Canada deposits directly into a child’s Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) account to help parents get a head start on saving for their child’s education after high school.
WESTERN ECONOMIC DIVERSIFICATION CANADA (WD)
The Western Economic Diversification Program (WDP)
The WDP is the main program through which WD makes strategic investments in initiatives with not-for-profit organizations that enhance and strengthen the economy of Western Canada.