SWASP 2015


The Community Service Component of the Student Work and Service Program (SWASP) is a program that enables students to work in their home community during the summer, develop transferable skills, explore career interests and help nonprofits carry out their programs. In return, they receive a $1,400 tuition voucher upon completion of a 280-hour placement (8 weeks), plus a stipend of $1,470. This program operates with financial support from the Government of Canada, Service Canada. Voucher payments to post secondary institutions are administered by the Community Sector Council of Newfoundland and Labrador.

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