ON invests $77M in Second Career program

December 22, 2020
The Government of Ontario is investing $77M through the Second Career grant program. The training program is designed to help people who have been laid off to find in-demand jobs in their communities. The program will focus on training that is 52 weeks or shorter, and will remove funding caps to enable students to access programs at a variety of institutions. “Our government will connect people to rewarding careers, enabling them to contribute to our economic recovery,” said Monte McNaughton, Minister of Labour, Training and Skills Development. “Our updated and improved Second Career program will help people get back on their feet, learn new skills and provide hope for them and their families.” ON (ON)