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PostPosted: Fri Dec 21, 2018 12:17 pm 
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So below is the Service Canada email and you'll note the eligibility now includes non-students and a age range of 15 to 30

Impression I have is that CSJ is a tuition grant rather then a job and that students know it,hence varying work performance

It can be quite a human resources drain on a non profit to create the original project idea,try to advertise the approved project,monitor and mentor employees for 2 to 4 months and then spend another 1 to 3 months filing paperwork with Service Canada,dealing with telephone monitors with their requirements.

So the first hurdle will be to find volunteers willing to dream up Community Development pitches to Service Canada

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Thank you for your application to last year’s Call for Proposals for
the Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) program. We are pleased to inform you
that we are launching the Call for Proposals for CSJ 2019. We will be
accepting applications between December 17, 2018 and January 25, 2019.

What’s new for CSJ 2019?

After consulting with Canadians, we’ve made several changes to CSJ to
make sure it serves all Canadians better:


* We’ve made the program more accessible: All youth aged 15 to 30,
not just students, can now apply to CSJ-funded jobs.
* We’ve made it easier to apply for funding: By applying online
through Grants and Contributions Online Services
(GCOS<https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/services/funding/gcos.html>),
you can apply and track your application status, sign agreements,
manage active projects, submit supporting documents, and review past
projects submitted through GCOS, among other benefits. For the
step-by-step process to create a GCOS account, click
here<https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/services/funding/gcos.html>.
* We’ve made it easier to hire youth: All approved jobs will now
be posted automatically to our improved Job Bank website and app, the
Government of Canada’s leading source for jobs and labour market
information. This will allow youth to find all CSJ-funded jobs in one
place, and allow employers to reach out to a greater potential
audience to find the right person for the job.

For CSJ 2019, applications should demonstrate that they will create
quality work experiences for youth, provide youth with opportunities
to develop and improve their skills, and respond to national and local
priorities to improve access to the labour market for youth who face
unique barriers.

Before you apply, be sure to read the Applicant
Guide<https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/services/funding/canada-summer-jobs.html>.
The Applicant Guide contains detailed information on ways to
demonstrate the quality of your proposed job placement, including
providing supervision and mentoring, providing a safe, inclusive, and
healthy work environment, and providing an opportunity for youth to
develop the skills needed for employment.

Apply Now<https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/services/funding/canada-summer-jobs.html>

For more information:
Click: www.canada.ca/canada-summer-jobs<https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/services/funding/youth-summer-job.html>
Call: 1-800-935-5555 (ATS: 1-800-926-9105)
Visit: a Service Canada
Centre<http://www.servicecanada.gc.ca/tbsc-fsco/sc-hme.jsp?lang=eng>

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Nous vous remercions pour votre demande à l'appel de propositions du
programme Emplois été Canada de l'an dernier. Nous sommes heureux de
vous annoncer que nous lançons l'appel de propositions pour EÉC 2019.
Nous accepterons les demandes entre le 17 décembre 2018 et le 25
janvier 2019.

Quoi de neuf pour EÉC 2019?

Après avoir consulté les Canadiens, nous avons apporté plusieurs
changements à EÉC afin de nous assurer de mieux servir l’ensemble des
Canadiens:


* Nous avons rendu le programme plus accessible: Tous les jeunes
âgés de 15 à 30 ans, et pas seulement les étudiants, peuvent
maintenant postuler aux emplois financés par EÉC.
* Nous avons facilité la demande de financement: En faisant une
demande en ligne par l'entremise des Services en ligne de subventions
et contributions
(SELSC)<https://www.canada.ca/fr/emploi-developpement-social/services/financement/selsc.html>,
vous pouvez faire une demande de financement et suivre son statut,
signer des ententes, gérer des projets actifs, soumettre des documents
à l’appui et revoir des projets antérieurs soumis par l'intermédiaire
du SELSC, entre autres avantages. Pour le processus étape par étape
pour créer un compte SELSC, cliquez
ici.<https://www.canada.ca/fr/emploi-developpement-social/services/financement/selsc.html>
* Nous avons facilité l'embauche de jeunes: Tous les emplois
approuvés seront désormais affichés automatiquement sur notre site Web
amélioré et l'application mobile Guichet-Emplois, la principale source
d’information sur les emplois et sur le marché du travail du
gouvernement du Canada. Cela permettra aux jeunes de trouver tous les
emplois financés par EÉC en un seul endroit, et de permettre aux
employeurs d'atteindre un plus grand public potentiel pour trouver la
bonne personne pour l’emploi.

Pour EÉC 2019, nous privilégierons les demandes qui créent des
expériences de travail de qualité pour les jeunes, leur offrent des
occasions de développer et d'améliorer leurs compétences, et répondent
aux priorités nationales et locales afin d'améliorer l'accès au marché
du travail pour les jeunes qui font face à des obstacles uniques.

Avant de faire votre demande, assurez-vous de lire le Guide du
demandeur<https://www.canada.ca/fr/emploi-developpement-social/services/financement/emplois-ete-canada.html>.
Le Guide du demandeur contient de l’information détaillée sur les
façons de démontrer la qualité de de l’emploi que vous proposez,
incluant la supervision et le mentorat, un environnement de travail
sécuritaire, inclusif et sain, et l’occasion pour les jeunes de
développer les compétences nécessaires à l’emploi.

Faites une demande
maintenant<https://www.canada.ca/fr/emploi-developpement-social/services/financement/emplois-ete-canada.html>

Pour plus de renseignements :
Cliquez : www.canada.ca/emplois-ete-canada<https://www.canada.ca/fr/emploi-developpement-social/services/financement/emplois-ete.html>
Composez : 1-800-935-5555 (ATS : 1-800-926-9105)
Visitez : un bureau de Service
Canada<http://www.servicecanada.gc.ca/tbsc-fsco/sc-hme.jsp?lang=fra>



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PostPosted: Fri Dec 21, 2018 4:38 pm 
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Thanks for keeping us updated, it can be difficult following all the latest ins and outs of this program. Also a less considerate person wouldn't have cut an pasted the French translation too so kudos to you!

Would a program to pay youth to pick dandelions from the parks be approved?


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Groundbreaking wrote:
Thanks for keeping us updated, it can be difficult following all the latest ins and outs of this program. Also a less considerate person wouldn't have cut an pasted the French translation too so kudos to you!

Would a program to pay youth to pick dandelions from the parks be approved?



To be truthful it probably would

Theres a list somewhere on the Service Canada site of local priorities and as I recall Lisa Raitt loves Festivals and helping little old ladies across the street.

The Service Canada rep's who approve these things are there to get a project pproved since their client is the student and since Lisa Raitt wants jobs in her Constituancy theres usually wiggle room on these Projects.

Basically

the Project will try to hire all special needs students

it will benefit all classes of community groups

lots of blather about how your dandelion picking student is actually
a Campfire Hawthorne Festival Consultant for a event where all the 5 to 10
special needs kids needs to use that public park for their Campfire Singalong

Toss in one Genetics Botany Researcher to explain to the special needs kids about the genetics
of dandelions

another Chemistry Tutor Consultant to teach those 5 to 10 year old
special needs kids to dry and grind up the dandelion flowers for creative artistic development

and you've got the makings of a typical
CSJ Project Proposal that the Service Canada folk sift thru between now and
April 2019

At that point Lisa Raitts office staff get informed first of approved projects for her Constituancy
and inform the various non profits "Congratulations" start hiring

If the Project is not approved those "Dear John" rejection letters
usually are sent out by Service Canada at the end of May 2019


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 24, 2018 3:29 pm 
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And in case any 15 to 30 years olds want to make a pitch to ESCD for their
own summer job project proposal

the legal non profit I represent is

Legal Name
Hartmanns Community Centre

Common Name
Hartmanns Community Centre

Business Number
86384 2407 RR 0001

Date of Incorporation
October 24 2003

Contact Person
Maria Reis

Contact Phone
905 537 6612

Contact Email
mareis109@gmail.com

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Online:

Employment and Social Development Canada strongly recommends that you submit your application via GCOS; however, you may also submit an application online outside of GCOS. If you choose to apply outside of GCOS, your application must still be submitted by 23:59 (Pacific Standard Time), on January 25, 2019.

Important technical notes
•The online application form will be available for a maximum of 20 hours. If you do not successfully complete it within this timeframe, it will expire and you will have to start over.
•Your application cannot be saved and accessed at a later time.

If you submit using the online system, note that you will have the option to print a copy of your application for your records prior to completing your submission. Please note, however, that you must still click SUBMIT after the print screen in order to complete your application. If you do not click SUBMIT, your application will not be processed.

Confirmation will be sent by email. If you do not receive a confirmation number acknowledging the application has been received, you have not completed the submission properly.


In person:

Your application must be received before the close of business of the Service Canada Office on January 25, 2019. Consult the Service Canada website for the hours of service of the Service Canada Offices. Please note additional administrative delays might apply.


By mail:

Your application must be postmarked on or before January 25, 2019. Consult the Canada Summer Jobs website for the address where to send your application. Please note additional administrative delays might apply.

Important: Applications received by fax or by email will not be considered.

Please note that only one copy of your application should be submitted to Service Canada. Submitting multiple copies of the same application or submitting the same application by using various methods will cause longer processing times for your application.

Once an online application has been successfully submitted, a confirmation number will be immediately generated by the system. This confirmation is considered the acknowledgement of receipt of your application. For employers applying by mail or in person an acknowledgment confirming receipt will be emailed to you within 10 business days. Please retain this confirmation as you will need it for future communication with Service Canada.

Applications received or postmarked after the deadline date will not be considered.


Your application

It is recommended that you consult this section while filling in the Application for Funding, as it provides important details on the information and supporting documentation that we require to assess your application. Provide your answers on the application form and attach only the documents requested.


Before you start

You must carefully read this Applicant Guide and the Articles of Agreement before completing the application form. You should also read about the assessment process detailed in this Guide in order to better understand how your application will be assessed.

Important: Complete only one application form if all the jobs requested are within the same constituency. The location of the proposed activities, not your organization’s address or location, determines the constituency for which the application will be assessed. Please note that if you submit multiple applications within the same constituency, Service Canada may merge your applications into a single application.

You must submit a separate application form for each constituency, if you are applying for multiple jobs based in more than one constituency. To determine the constituency in which the activities will take place, consult the Elections Canada website.

To complete your application form, you will need the following information:
•Legal name of your organization;
•Common name of your organization (if different from the legal name);
•CRA business number;
•Email address of the employer representative;
•Mailing address of your organization;
•Number of full-time employees working in Canada; and,
•Date that your organization was created.

NOTE: As in previous years, Service Canada will post on the Government of Canada’s Canada Summer Jobs website the contact information, including the email address and the contact for the organization, of employers approved for funding. Please keep this in mind when providing contact information on your application.

In addition to posting a list of funded organizations with contact information, beginning in 2019, Service Canada will automatically post all positions funded by Canada Summer Jobs online at Job Bank. Job Bank is the Government of Canada's leading source for jobs and labour market information. It offers users free occupational and career information such as job opportunities, educational requirements, main duties, wage rates and salaries, current employment trends, and outlooks. The site can help people search for work, make career decisions, see what jobs will be in demand, and much more. Employers can also advertise jobs for free.

NOTE: The questions in the online application are in a different order, but the sam
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And what Lisa Raitt MP wants from her Milton CSJ students

•Summer festivals and events
•Community celebrations
•Agricultural fairs


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