Use of Proceeds
CAREERS: Rebuilding Fort McMurray – Creating Youth Futures campaign has been prompted by the devastating fires in Fort McMurray; the disruption of CAREERS Fort McMurray programs, the displacement of student interns and the postponement of events and activities throughout the province. There are two streams for designated support to this campaign: Rebuilding Fort McMurray and Youth Futures.
DESIGNATED GIFTS TO:
- Rebuilding Fort McMurray will be used to support re-establishing programs in the Fort McMurray and the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo (RMWB), youth/stakeholders in transition due to displacement, and to build partnerships and collaborations that will put youth back to work in Fort McMurray.
Youth Futures will be used to support CAREERS province-wide programs, including Fort McMurray and RMWB, in trades, technologies, health, and occupations in high-demand. CAREERS programs encourage and support youth, young apprentices, Aboriginal youth, and young women to stay in school, engage in learning, make conscious choices about post-secondary education and accelerate entry into the workforce.
PARTICULARS OF USE:
CAREERS: Rebuilding Fort McMurray will be used to support
- STUDENT INTERNSHIPS & SCHOLARSHIPS Further education in trades and technologies.
- EMPLOYER ENGAGEMENT Supporting small/mid-size business to hire young apprentices.
- REGIONAL PARTNERSHIPS Engaging partners in education, industry, associations and Aboriginal communities to expand regional opportunities for youth.
- Re-establishing CAREERS Fort McMurray operations and program delivery
- And other programs that directly benefit Fort McMurray and the Wood Buffalo region
CAREERS: Youth Futures will be used to support:
- CAREER EXPLORATION Discovering career passion in trades, technologies and health services.
- CAREER READINESS Mentorship, Coaching, safety consciousness and worksite preparation.
- CAREERS EXPERIENCE Paid internships connect learning to earning. Registered Apprenticeship (RAP), Co-op Apprenticeship, Technologies (Water Wastewater, Power Engineering, Oil & Gas Production Operator)
- And other programs that enable CAREERS to support youth throughout Alberta, including Fort McMurray and the RMWB
UNRESTRICTED FUNDS received for this campaign will be distributed equally between the priorities
FUNDRAISING AND ADMINISTRATION costs for this campaign are restricted to a maximum of 15%
CAREEERS: The Next Generation Foundation is a registered Charity under the Alberta Societies Act and Canada Revenue Agency 886413699RR0001. These funds will be managed and accounted for in accordance with the Canada Revenue Agency and Alberta Charitable Fundraising Regulations. Funds received for this campaign are governed by CAREERS: The Next Generation Foundation, under direction of a Volunteer Board of Directors, and administered by Executives of the Association.