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SEED - Sustainable Employment & Environmental Directions - is a government-funded program to help unemployed youth in the lower mainland find and keep a full-time job.
Many SEED participants have limited work experience. Some are even looking to get their first job. Many are new to Canada and most have limited education, either here or from their home country. SEED participants share a common goal of wanting to improve their lives by increasing their employment skills and finding steady employment.
SEED participants are paid minimum wage while attending the 5-week classroom training. Additional supports are available for transportation. To celebrate personal success, a financial bonus is paid to participants who fully complete the SEED program.
To apply for SEED you MUST be:
PROGRAM LENGTH - 17 Weeks
Douglas College – New Surrey Training Centre
13769 - 104th Avenue (Beside Long & McQuade)
August 19, 2019
November 4, 2019
Please call, text or email for further information:
ARE YOU AN EMPLOYER LOOKING TO HIRE?
Employers interested in hosting a SEED participant for a 12-week work experience can complete an Application Form for the position you wish to fill and email it to email@example.com
This program is funded in part through the Government of Canada's Youth Employment Strategy - Skills Link Program