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Job Creation Partnerships

The NL Job Creation Partnerships program is designed to support projects which create jobs that will provide unemployed, EI insured participants with opportunities to gain meaningful work experience. Project activities should benefit both the participant and the community. However, the primary focus must be on helping the participant.

JCP participants will maintain or enhance their employability skills through this work experience opportunity, particularly if they have been unemployed for a long period of time. As a result of their involvement on a JCP project, participants will have recent work experience to add to their résumés. This experience, together with the networking which participants do while on a project, increases their chances of successfully finding ongoing employment.

The Application, along with a a completed proposal budget template should be submitted to your local Advanced Education and Skills Office.

Application Deadlines

The Department of Advanced Education and Skills will be accepting applications to the Job Creation Partnerships program during the following application periods:

  • For projects to start during the summer of 2016, the application deadline is April 14, 2016.
  • For projects to start during the fall of 2016, the application deadline is June 30, 2016.

How do I Apply?

Please review the Program Guidelines (available below). Organizations seeking funding under Job Creation Partnerships should complete an on-line application, and submit along with a detailed project description and supporting information.

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JCP Project Approvals

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Contact Information

Advanced Education and Skills LMDA Delivery Office Locations

General enquiries: 1-800-563-6600

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