Wage Subsidy Funding Sources:
By hiring co-op students, employers can take advantage of cost-effective short-term hiring processes and could qualify for the ICTC WIL Digital Funding wage subsidy.
Sheridan has partnered with The Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC). ICTC is reserving wage subsidy funding ($5000 per eligible student) for employers who hire Sheridan Honours Bachelor of Interaction Design students. Employers can find out more about the funding here.
Interested in learning more about this program?
Contact Gail Collins, Co-operative Education Advisor, Job Development, at email@example.com. 905 845 9430 Ext. 2063.
Interested in other co-op opportunities?
Choose from over 50 co-op programs across arts, computing, engineering, business, health and community studies, and humanities disciplines. Easily connect with the program of your choice here.