Young Canada Works is Still Working!

Dunning, Beth
August 2003
Feliciter;2003, Vol. 49 Issue 4, p207
The article focuses on the works of Young Canada Works (YCW) which is a funding program that gives students and recent graduates the opportunity to find employment in libraries and other heritage organizations in Canada. UCLA administers two components of the YCW program on their behalf - YCW in Heritage Organizations (YCW-HO) and YCW at Building Careers in Heritage (YCW-BCH). YCW is not intended to be a subsidy program for libraries. Different employers are approved every year within the same budget, so libraries cannot rely on YCW for continuous project funding. Application forms for YCW-HO and YCW-BCH are mailed to UCLA members and other people who request them, every January.


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