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Better Jobs Ontario

What is Better Jobs Ontario?

Better Jobs Ontario (formerly Second Career) is an initiative offered by the Ontario government. It provides eligible laid-off workers with financial support for skills training to help you find jobs in high-demand occupations in Ontario.

It's a cost-sharing grant provided on the basis of need; you may be required to financially contribute to your training or education.

Better Jobs Ontario may cover such costs as tuition, textbooks, transportation and basic living allowance. Additional support may be available to accommodate the needs of individuals with disabilities, dependent care, costs of living away from home and Academic Upgrading or ESL.

How to apply?

The Better Jobs Ontario initiative requires two separate applications:

  1. A FUNDING application completed with an Employment Consultant.
    Find an employment consultant
  2. A COLLEGE application.
    Learn more about the application process

For general information about Better Jobs Ontario, visit the Better Jobs Ontario government website.

How can Sheridan help?

Information Sessions & Personal Consultations

Sheridan offers weekly Better Jobs Ontario Information Sessions to guide you and help ensure a smooth application process.

Program Profiles – Information for Research

Sheridan has prepared Program Profiles to help with your Better Jobs Ontario research requirement.

Frequently Asked Questions

Explore answers to frequently asked questions about the Better Jobs Ontario program at Sheridan.

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