Multi-ethnic business groupThe Ontario Ministry of Rural Affairs has announced that it is now accepting applications from eligible employers who plan to create summer jobs for students in Rural Ontario. (Rural is defined as a town, small city or township with a population of 100,000 people or less).   Businesses eligible for this government funding for business will receive a hiring incentive of $2 per hour to create student employment, with a maximum of $1,120 per full time position.

Small Business Grants for Hiring Students Eligibility Requirements

Employers can benefit from the program by hiring one or more students for up to 16 weeks. To qualify, the student must be:
●  Employed sometime during the six month period from April 1 to Sept. 30, 2013
●  Between the ages of 15 and 30
●  Intend to return to school in the fall of 2013.

Government Grants for Small Business Application Process

Contact a Canadian government funding expert to learn more about this program as well as other Canadian small business grants and small business loans Ontario opportunities.

Ontario Business Grants for Student Hiring Deadline

The deadline for these Ontario grants for small business is April 30, 2013.

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Mentor Works Ltd. provides advice and application support to small and medium-sized businesses (SME).  If you are an SME with at least 10 employees and have been incorporated for at least 2 years please get in touch with us so that we may inform you of the many Canadian government funding options available.  And don’t forget to you sign up for our Weekly Canadian Government  Funding E-Newsletter.

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Ryan has a BA in economics, an MSc in management, and several published works including two books. As Marketing Analyst at Mentor Works, Ryan enjoys communicating with business owners & executives about government grants and funding available to help overcome obstacles to growth.

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