Manitoba Education and Training (MET) - Skills Strategy Equipment Enhancement Fund (SSEEF)
Grants to Manitoba schools and school divisions for workforce readiness programs. Funding is intended to improve industrial arts and technical vocational programs for middle and high school grades. The purpose of this program is to encourage and prepare students to take advantage of local employment opportunities.
The Skills Strategy Equipment Enhancement Fund provides targeted funding to ensure that students have access to state of the art equipment to learn the high-demand skills they need to get good jobs in Manitoba's growing economy. The Skills Strategy Equipment Enhancement Fund provides funds to improve technical vocational and industrial arts programs in Grades 7–12. This support is intended to ensure that programming is relevant to current and future labor market needs.
This fund will focus on preparing students to take advantage of employment opportunities in Manitoba’s growing economy and to continue the development of Manitoba’s skilled workforce. The fund will further support the need for advanced equipment pertaining to “Green Jobs” in Manitoba. Particular emphasis will be placed on supporting high school level programs to become accredited with Apprenticeship Manitoba.
GrantWatch ID#: 161721
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Mail applications to:
Jackie Knight, Consultant
Skills Strategy Equipment Enhancement Fund (SSEEF)
c/o Learning Support and Technology Unit
1567 Dublin Avenue
Winnipeg MB R3E 3J5
For additional information or assistance preparing your SSEEF application, please contact:
Technology Education Consultant
Learning Support and Technology Unit
Toll free: 1-800-282-8069
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