(Recorded on November 23, 2021)

A new delivery partner for the Student Work Placement Program (SWPP), the Cultural Human Resources Council (CHRC) is a national not-for-profit organization dedicated to strengthening Canada’s cultural workforce. Their new SWPP is specifically focused on helping arts and culture organizations bring students on board with a wage subsidy of up to $7,500 per student hired.

Brought to you by the Talent MATCH Program, a collaboration between the BC Alliance for Arts + Culture, the BC Museums Association, go2HR, and the Association for Co-operative Education & Work Integrated Learning BC/Yukon, this Info Session features Sofia Downing and Frédérique Coulaud, Administrative and Communications Officers from CHRC, who explain how the program works and how to apply.

Want more information? Visit these relevant links:
Talent MATCH webpage: https://acewilbc.ca/talent-match/
CHRC’s SWPP: https://www.culturalhrc.ca/swp

Topics: Engaging with Employers
License and Distribution: ACE-WIL and CHRC
Tags: Arts, Culture, funding, Heritage, Student Work Placement Program, SWPP, Wage Subsidy