BHER is looking for partners to help us develop and implement WIL-based solutions to building Canada’s green talent pipeline. We are interested in proposals from all regions of the country, in either official language, and focused on any student or employer sub-group.
BHER has set a goal to create accessible and inclusive pathways to green jobs through work-integrated learning. We believe in a strategic and graceful transition to a net zero economy. A major component of this transformation will be equipping young people with the green skills they need to succeed in their careers and support the transition to net zero.
We encourage applicants to consider submitting proposals in one of the following priority areas
Green talent development in priority sectors such as manufacturing and utilities, construction, transportation, clean energy, and carbon capture, usage, and storage.
Supporting WIL-based solutions to the green talent needs of small and medium-sized enterprises.
Green talent development in rural, remote, and Northern Communities.
Improving foundational green skills required across the workforce.