The Passport to Prosperity campaign supports educators and employers in developing experiential learning opportunities for high school students. It is a province wide campaign that seeks to provide communities with the tools and resources to respond to their local workforce development needs and contribute to the growth of the local economy. Employers can participate in various programs that can be short, medium or long term in length. Examples include career talks, classroom visits, job shadowing, mentoring, co-operative education, school-work transition programs and youth apprenticeship programs (OYAP) among others.
For more information, visit www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/general/elemsec/job/passport/index.html
Senior Policy Advisor
Ministry of Education, Student Achievement Division
900 Bay St, 4th Floor, Toronto ON M7A 1L2
t: 416.327.9826 f: 416.327.6749