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Financial Aid & Funding

Here at Palette Skills, we’ve helped hundreds of participants rapidly upskill for careers in growing industries and connected them with companies who were hiring. To date, 96% of participants receive job offers after completion of our programs. A major factor when considering our program is the personal investment made to pay for the tuition. In an effort to reduce the barriers of accessing our programming, below you’ll find financial aid and funding options and community partners who can provide assistance.

Canada-wide

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Payment Plans
PayBright

PayBright’s payment plans allow you to break down the cost of a purchase into 3, 6, or 12 easy monthly payments.


Funding for Underrepresented Groups
Canadian Armed Forces

Education and skills program tuition fees for Canadian Armed Forces members and veterans may be covered by the Canadian Armed Forces. 

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Microlending Options
Windmill Microlending

Windmill Microlending is Canada’s largest and most successful microlending charity for skilled immigrants and refugees. Windmill addresses underemployment of skilled newcomers by offering affordable loans of up to $15,000 to pay for the credentials, licensing, retraining or professional development needed to achieve career success in Canada.

British Columbia


Microlending Options
Immigrant services Society of BC

ISSofBC offers free immigrant services including settlement support, employment programs, English classes, and facilitates low cost loans (Global Talent Loans) within BC.

financial aid funding
WorkBC

WorkBC Centres support you in finding a job and keeping it. Services are available to all unemployed or precariously employed B.C. citizens legally eligible to work in B.C. The best way for individuals to access support is to visit or inquire with your local WorkBC Centre.


Government Assistance
StudentAid BC

StudentAid BC provides a database of grants, scholarships, and other financial supports that vary across post-secondary institution aid and adult upskilling aid.

Ontario


Microlending Options
Alterna Bank

Through the program, qualified borrowers can access loans from $500 to $5,000 to help them in pursuit of professional development education or credentials. The program is ideal for Canadians and individuals transitioning to the work force who don’t qualify for traditional financing. To apply, send an e-mail to learn more.


Government Assistance
Ontario Works

Ontario Works provides money for food, shelter and other costs to people in financial need who meet the eligibility criteria. People on Ontario Works may receive money when beginning an employment-related activity such as training, or starting self-employment or part-time work. 


Microlending Options​
WIL Employment Connections 

The Internationally Trained Worker Loan Program provides Internationally Trained Workers (ITWS) residing in southwestern Ontario access to the funds necessary to achieve foreign credential recognition and employment outcomes commensurate with their international education, skills and experience. Loans assist ITWs in covering tuition fees for training and skills upgrading.

The program provides low-interest loans of up to $15,000. To apply or ask questions, contact info@accesscentre.ca.


Government Assistance
Second Career Ontario

If you’re laid off or unemployed, Second Career Ontario can help you transition to a new career. It covers up to $28,000 of education and living costs. To apply to Second Career Ontario, find an agency in your community and make an appointment. The agent will help inform you of the information needed to support your application to Second Career Ontario.

Community Resources

We work with community groups across the country to make sure our programming is accessible to our participants. Don’t see your community organization on our list? Feel free to send us an e-mail.

City of Windsor

The City of Windsor’s Employment and Training Services (ETS) is an Employment Ontario service provider funded by the Province of Ontario. ETS provides employment services, one-on-one assessments as well as various workshops to the public. They pride themselves on high-quality, no-charge employment and client matching services that help reconnect unemployed/under-employed individuals with the right job opportunity.

The City of Windsor is committed to a hands-on approach that is results-oriented, with an emphasis on excellence and customer service. They provide clients and employers the tools they need for long-term sustainable employment.
Employment & Training Services can also assist clients with Second Career Application and employers with the Canada Ontario Job Grant (COJG). If you’re interested in their assisted services or want to find out if you qualify, please don’t hesitate to contact them.

Phone: 519-977-6444 ext. 5520 / 5183
Email: ets@citywindsor.ca
Website: etsforsuccess.ca
Address: 400 City Hall Square East, Suite 101

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