Employers play a crucial role in apprenticeship. Whether you are an employer already engaged in the hiring and training apprentices or looking to explore the possibilities, this section connects you to information on available resources and your responsibilities as an apprentice sponsor in your province or territory.

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Helping Immigrants Reach Employment (HIRE)

Employers may reach out to HIRE when looking for candidates.

High School Apprenticeship Program

Employers can hire high school students for a work placement.

Immigrant Services of Nova Scotia

Employers may access job-ready candidates.

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada

Practical advice on how to recruit internationally trained workers.

Inuvialuit Regional Corporation Inuvik, NWT

Employers may access job-ready candidates or other supports.

Job Bank

Advertise job postings and use Job Match to attract candidates who meet specific job requirements.

JobsNL Wage Subsidy Program

Provides a 50% subsidy to a maximum of $8/hour for between 10 and 26 weeks, with maximum funding per position of $7,280.

Joint Economic Development Initiative (JEDI)

JEDI is an Indigenous organization dedicated to supporting Indigenous participation in New Brunswick’s economy.

Kakivak Association Iqaluit, Nunavut

Employers may access job-ready candidates or other supports.