While apprentices are paid wages at work and are often eligible to receive Employment Insurance benefits during technical training, extra financial support may be required. In addition to wages, there are grants, scholarships, and other financial supports available.

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Women’s Network PEI

A not-for-profit organization that works to strengthen and support PEI women and improve the status of women in our society.

Women’s Enterprise Skills Training of Windsor Inc.

Programs offered in mechanical millwright for women.

Working Women Community Centre

Programs and Services.

Yellowhead Tribal Development Foundation Enoch, Alberta

Training and employment support is offered to Indigenous clients.

YMCA Ottawa

Programs and services are offered to immigrants, including pre-apprenticeship programs.

YMCA Toronto

Employment programs and services are offered to immigrants. Trades occupations are included.

Youth Apprenticeship Award

Registrants in the Youth Apprenticeship Program with at least 250 hours of paid work experience recorded in their logbook may apply for a $1,000 award in their graduating year. The award is a combined $500 bursary and $500 tuition credit at Holland College.

Youth Apprenticeship Program

High school students earn hours and credits towards their apprenticeship while also earning their high school diploma.

Yukon Women in Mining

The organization works with Yukon mineral exploration and mining industry representatives to develop toolkits, events and activities, facilitating attraction, retention and advancement of women in the mining sector.

Yukon Women in Trades and Technology

An education and advocacy organization dedicated to promoting and assisting in the recruitment, training and retention of women in the trades and technology sectors. It hosts an annual conference and school-based workshops for young women.