If your school is receiving a grant and is making a decision about funding you, you have the right to be informed of the grant application period that your school is receiving. You have the right to be informed of the following:
your school’s decision to accept the grant and the name of the grant recipient;
if the school is planning to offer the award of the grant. If the school is planning with the support of the Ministry of Education to offer the award, you have the right to be notified and to be told which program you might be eligible for.
If your school is not receiving support under a federal government funding policy, you have the right to be provided with an assessment of which programs your school will meet those criteria; if it does so, you have the right to be informed and to be told which programs your school will not meet those criteria for any purposes.
You have the right to be informed if your school is currently receiving public assistance or grants (if the grant was given prior to March 1, 2016); you can even be notified of the status of your student loan debt if this is true.
You can also request information about how you can receive this information from local educational agencies.
If you have questions about the grant application period, contact your school. To find out more about how the National Student Grant works, click here.
How can I be paid when I’m doing something I’m participating in?
When you make an activity on your eligible program, you will have paid at least a minimum rate of minimum wage if applicable and have to be paid as per the program (subject to regulations by the relevant Minister) if the activity is expected to result in a gain or improvement in your skills or work experience or to improve your student rating – see below for the specific rules.
How can I get a job that I am willing to do? How do I find a job in my job range?
If you want to work in a sector in Ontario that has vacancies, find information to help you to locate a job. To find out how to find the right jobs, visit:
How do I ask a question about the National Student Grant if I have an English proficiency difficulty?
If you have questions about the National Student Grant that can be answered in one of the following ways:
ask your local service provider, service provider’s representative or other person
contact the Canadian Learning Support Centre – the central information resource for all
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