Sask. government invests in skills training program for young people

Domain: Economy
Government:Provincial/Territorial, Saskatchewan
Tags:Employment, Children and Youth

The Saskatchewan government is investing in skills training for young people facing barriers to employment. With a provincial investment of $135,000, the Regina Rainbow Youth Centre will continue to administer the Road to Employment (RTE) program. The RTE program provides youth aged 18–25 years of age with personal, academic and employment training to reduce barriers to gaining employment.

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