CONTENT UPDATED: February 27, 2018
Employer Deadline: Friday April 6, 2018, at 4:00 p.m.
New – 2018 Student wages & Duration*:
Level A: Part Time High School
$12.00/hour x 8 weeks x 25 hours per week
Level B: High School
$12.00/hour x 8 weeks x 32 hours per week
Level C: CEGEP
$12.50 x 10 weeks x 32 hours per week
Level D: University 1st yr
$13.50 x 12 weeks x 32 hours per week
Level E: University 2nd yr+
$14.50/hour x 12 weeks x 32 hours per week
*hours and duration may vary per job and employer needs
Eligible students MUST be a:
- Full-time high school student returning to high school in September 2018;
- High school graduate entering a full-time post-secondary institute in September 2018;
- Full-time college/CEGEP student returning to full-time studies in September 2018;
- Full time University student returning to full time studies in September 2018;
- University graduate of this year; or,
- Adult education graduate of this year attending full-time post-secondary studies in September 2018.
Information for Prospective Students
The KSSEP program is the best 6 to 12 week investment you’ll make as a student! With the application process starting in early spring, this program provides you with the opportunity to compete for some of the greatest summer jobs. Not only is there a wide range of jobs that are available every summer, but also it is very likely that there will be summer job opportunities that match perfectly with your chosen field of study.
It’s a great way to spend the summer – quality work experiences that compliment your career goals!
Student guidelines will be updated and posted at the end of March 2018.
Employers – Give a Student a Head Start!
With 80% of the cost of a summer student’s wages* subsidized by Tewatohnhi’saktha, there’s no reason NOT to hire through the KSSEP!
The goal of the KSSEP is to provide a QUALITY work experience for youth, and expose them to the labour market from an early age. Applications for your funding to hire a summer student are accepted and approved during the spring each year, so don’t let this opportunity pass you by.
Please see our KSSEP Employer Guidelines (PDF) for full details on salary levels, employer contribution requirements, and quality work experience components of the KSSEP.
KSSEP Professional & Personal Development Workshops
Professional and Personal Development Workshops will also be offered to students who obtain employment. These workshops are meant to enhance the student’s employment experience and to increase their opportunities for future employment.
The workshops will be held at Tewatohnhi’saktha, located on the third floor of the Kahnawà:ke Business Complex. Details relating to session topics and schedules will be available when employers and students sign their contracts.
These workshops count as hours worked when attended. Employers will be notified of students’ enrollment and will be required to ensure that they are able to attend.
It is mandatory for students to attend at least one workshop.
Please sign up for the Safe Talk workshop now, with Sha’teiohseriio Patton sha’firstname.lastname@example.org