MINISTRY OF ADVANCED EDUCATION (AVED)

Student Aid BC

Student Loans
Grants and Scholarships
Student Aid BC – Policy Manual 2017 – 18

Community Adult Literacy Program (CALP)

List of CALP Providers

Aboriginal Community-Based Training Partnerships (ACBTP)

The ACBTP provides funding for partnerships between public post-secondary institutions and Aboriginal institutes and communities to deliver post-secondary education and training in Aboriginal communities that meet community needs and position Aboriginal people to take advantage of economic opportunities.

MINISTRY OF ABORIGINAL RELATIONS AND RECONCILIATION (MAAR)

MAAR Guide to Aboriginal Organizations and Services

MINISTRY OF CHILDREN AND FAMILY DEVELOPMENT (MCFD)

Youth Education Assistance Fund (YEAF)

The YEAF program provides grants of up to $5,500 per program year to former B.C. youth in care students between 19 and 24 years of age.

Tuition Fee Waivers and Awards for Children in and from Government Care

A Guide to: Scholarships, Bursaries, Tuition Waivers and Awards Available to Children in and from Government Care in BC (2017)

MINISTRY OF JOBS, TOURISM, SKILLS TRAINING

Bladerunners

BladeRunners is an innovative Vancouver-based program that supports homeless and at-risk youth between the ages of 15 and 30 through a comprehensive training and support program that focuses on creating pathways to jobs in the construction industry.

Industry Training Authority (ITA)

The ITA Partners with community service providers, training providers, and Aboriginal communities across BC to deliver pre-apprenticeship training under the Employment Services and Supports program.

Sector Labour Market Partnerships (LMP)

The LMP program provides funding for partnership-led projects that address broader sector and regional labour market issues within British Columbia’s diverse economy.

MINISTRY OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND SOCIAL INNOVATION (SDSI)

Work BC

WorkBC offers a range of employment and training services to clients seeking employment.

Community and Employer Partnerships

The Community & Employer Partnerships program creates employment opportunities for unemployed British Columbians through the use of agency and business partnerships, shared information and technology, and innovative processes and practices.