Imagine Canada Survey on Canada Summer Jobs program

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Imagine Canada is conducting a national survey to understand charities' and non-profits' experiences with the federal government's Canada Summer Jobs programLet's make sure there is a strong representation from Saskatchewan!

This survey is being undertaken as part of their ongoing research into barriers to youth employment in the charitable and non-profit sector (Working Group on Youth Employment). The research findings will inform policy solutions about this issue, as well as targeted recommendations on how the Canada Summer Jobs program can best meet the needs of charitable or non-profit organizations and lead to improved youth employment outcomes.

Imagine Canada is inviting the best suited person at the organization (those with experience in applying to the program - CFO, CEO, HR lead, or Program Director) to complete the survey by Friday, June 16 at 5 p.m. ET. Doing so should take less than five minutes. Responses will only be presented in an aggregate fashion to protect participant anonymity. Imagine Canada will circulate an Infographic and Executive Summary of the findings within a few weeks of closing the survey. 

English-language survey link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/canadasummerjobsprogram
French-language survey link: https://fr.surveymonkey.com/r/programmeemploisdetecanada



Share this survey opportunity with your networks using these sample tweets: 
- How's your experience been with Canada Summer Jobs? Your input will inform Imagine Canada’s policy recommendations: http://ow.ly/m9PP30c4qWK 
- How can the Canada Summer Jobs Program be improved for nonprofits? Please take 5 mins to share your experience: http://ow.ly/m9PP30c4qWK 
- We want to improve youth employment outcomes in the charitable sector. Tell us how Canada Summer Jobs can help: http://ow.ly/m9PP30c4qWK


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