Ottawa Employment Hub would like to invite you to submit an expression of interest regarding possible projects that can be undertaken in partnership with an industry association or other sector-focused organization to address a sector or cross-sector labour market opportunity or challenge in Ottawa. We are happy to speak with you regarding your ideas and recommend other organizations with whom you might like to partner on a proposal, as well as how we can provide assistance in our capacity as the Local Employment Planning Council.
The maximum funding available is $20,000 plus GST, and projects need to be completed by September 2018. Projects can address an Ottawa specific issue or pilot a new approach or initiative in Ottawa that can have impact regionally, provincially or nationally.
Proposal submissions must be received on or before 10:00 a.m. on May 3, 2017 via email to email@example.com
Please click here for the full instructions: Industry association CFP
On April 10th, local service providers, employers, and educators gathered at the Ottawa Conference and Event Centre for our fourth annual Building Connections event. Roughly 400 participants joined for a day of networking and personal development to learn how we can all work together to connect job seekers to jobs.
Ottawa Employment Hub would like to thank all the speakers, panelists, and attendees who helped make the event a success – we look forward to continuing to work with all of you!
You may be missing a business opportunity! Ottawa’s highly skilled immigrants are overlooked as per new findings. For a more detailed summary please review the Findings on Talent and Immigrants – November 2017 report released by the Ottawa Chamber of Commerce.
Please click here to view our latest edition of Ottawa this Quarter, which looks at the fourth quarter of 2017.
The Ottawa Community Foundation presented a cheque for $125,000 to Youth Ottawa and the Social Planning Council of Ottawa to tackle youth unemployment in the Ottawa region in a meaningful and sustainable way. Click here for more information.
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Welcome to Ottawa Employment Hub, your Local Employment Planning Council, funded by Employment Ontario. Explore our website to find out more about the Ottawa pilot.