Looking for career education, but money is holding you back? Or perhaps you want to start your own business, but you need financial help to get there?
- Windmill Microlending – offers low-interest loans of up to $15,000 to help newcomers pay for the education they need to succeed in a career in Canada. Their affordable loans can pay for the related costs of assessment, training, licensing exams, supplies and even a living allowance during a study period.
- WeBC – support, including business loans, for women business owners to start, develop, lead and sell businesses.
- Futurpreneur – helping young adults (ages 18 to 39) launch successful businesses. Business loans are available.
- Community Futures – offers business loans for most business-related purposes, including business start-ups, seasonal requirements, working capital, and expansion.
For more information, contact
KIS Employment Team: