Self-Employment Assistance Coordinator Program

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The Self-employment Assistance Coordinator program is designed to provide funding to organizations to assist Employment Insurance (EI) eligible unemployed clients with starting their own business. Self-employment Assistance Coordinators provide entrepreneurial support in the form of technical and consultative expertise to help participants assess their suitability for Self Employment Assistance and their business opportunities, develop a business plan, and implement their business.

Comments on Funding:

No other details available.

Deadline: Continuous Intake
    Applicants must
  • be businesses, organizations, municipalities, band/tribal councils, public health, educational institutions, federal crown corporations and comparable provincial/territorial crown corporations, individuals,
  • provide entrepreneurial support to Employment Insurance (EI) eligible unemployed clients with starting their own business.
Application Steps:

Applicants must:

1. register and create an account in the Department of Advanced Education, Skills and Labor’ LaMPSS payment system to apply on-line,

2. submit an online application.

Documentation Needed:

Applicants must submit:
1. an online application form,
2. a detailed project description,
3. an itemized budget breakdown.

All not-for-profit organizations that apply for funding shall have Director’s Liability Insurance.
Activity and Financial reports for Self-employment Assistance Coordinator should be completed online using LaMPSS Self-serve functionality.

Other Things to Note:

No other details available.

Last Updated July 2, 2021 - Guidelines

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