Type of Program:
The Science Horizons Internship Program, generously funded by Environment and Climate Change Canada, is a wage subsidy initiative that matches post-secondary graduates aged 15-30, with positions across Canada that help combat climate change.
Comments on Funding:
Funding is a wage subsidy of up to $25,000 per intern hired. Clean Foundation will subsidize 50% of each intern’s salary, up to a maximum of 80% for youth from employment equity groups (Women; Visible minority youth; Indigenous youth; Youth living with disabilities; Youth from Official Language Minority Communities (OLMC); and Youth residing in a rural or remote location).
The employer must be able to contribute at least 20% of the total cost of each internship.
When It Ends:
Employer applicants must:
Intern applicants must:
Applicants must email Clean Foundation at ScienceHorizons@cleanfoundation.ca for further details.
Employers must submit a Job Description Document, if they have one.
Other Things to Note:
The Science Horizons Internship Program is funded through Environment and Climate Change Canada.