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Young Canada Works 2017 Campaign Launched

December 15, 2016

January 11, 2017

New YCW Deadline for February 1st

Dear Colleagues:

We are pleased to announce, in light of the feedback from archives, libraries and other heritage employers from across Canada, that Canadian Heritage (PCH) has extended the deadline for applications for YCW summer jobs (YCWHO) to February 1, 2017.

I would encourage you to visit our website (www.archivescanada.ca/YCW) for information concerning the Young Canada Works program.

If we may be of assistance during the application process, please contact Louise Charlebois (ycw_jct@archivescanada.ca) or Sabrina Pound (ycw-cla@archivescanada.ca).

Thank you!

Christina Nichols
Executive Director, CCA

The Canadian Council of Archives is pleased to announce that the 2017 campaign for the program Young Canada Works (YCW) in Heritage Organizations has been launched. Archival institutions as well as libraries operating in English are now able to apply online for both summer projects and internships via the YCW official web site.

For more information and to obtain a copy of the Employer Guide, please visit our web site (http://www.archivescanada.ca/YCW). You will find the links for the program’s Guidelines and application forms on the YCW website (young-canada-works.canada.ca).

Important

  • The application deadline for the summer projects is January 16, 2017.
  • The application deadline for the internships is March 15, 2017.

If you have any questions concerning your application in the archival field, do not hesitate to contact Louise Charlebois (lcharlebois@archivescanada.ca) or Isabelle Alain (ialain@archivescanada.ca).

If you have any questions concerning your application as a library operating in English, do not hesitate to contact Sabrina Pound (ycw-cla@archivescanada.ca) or Louise Charlebois (lcharlebois@archivescanada.ca).


La campagne Jeunesse Canada au travail 2017 est lancée!

Le Conseil canadien des archives est heureux d’annoncer que la campagne 2017 du programme Jeunesse Canada au travail (JCT) pour les organismes du patrimoine est maintenant lancée. Les institutions d’archives ainsi que les bibliothèques œuvrant en anglais peuvent compléter leurs demandes en ligne pour des projets d’été ainsi que pour des stages sur le site officiel JCT.

Nous vous invitons à visiter notre site (http://www.archivescanada.ca/YCWFR) pour plus d’information et pour obtenir une copie du Guide de l’employeur. Vous trouverez les formulaires de demande sur le site JCT (jeunesse-canada-travail.canada.ca).

Important :

  • La date limite pour la soumission de vos demandes pour les projets d’été est le 16 janvier 2017.
  • La date limite pour la soumission de vos demandes pour les stages est le 15 mars 2017.

Si vous avez des questions concernant votre demande dans le domaine archivistique, n’hésitez pas à communiquer avec Louise Charlebois (lcharlebois@archivescanada.ca) ou Isabelle Alain (ialain@archivescanada.ca).

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