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The Second Career program in Ontario, Canada launched in June 2008 to help laid-off Ontarians train for new jobs in popular career fields.
Second Career is a new program designed to help people who have been laid off and are currently unemployed or working less than 20 hours a week. The program will help unemployed workers who commit to a long-term training plan make the transition to new careers in growing areas of the economy.
Second Career can help an applicant with the costs of tuition, books, living expenses and other costs associated with the training to build skills for a new career.
Other Employment Ontario programs like Ontario Skills Development also provide support for training.
The Ontario Government can provide you with help in:
Second Career provides you with financial help (up to $28,000) to pay for school tuition, books, living expenses, travel, and more. In fact, you may be eligible for financial assistance if you have been laid off within the last 12 months or working less than 20 hours a week.
To determine your eligibility under this initiative, you will need to talk with a counsellor at an Employment Ontario assessment centre. You may also talk with an Everest College campus representative to find out what you may qualify for. Contact us to learn more.
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