Funding cut for Passport to Prosperity campaign

Letters were received across the province on May 18th from the Ministry of Education notifying the 26 Passport to Prosperity delivery agencies funding for 2012-2013 will not be continuing. A big shock to agencies as they have been delivering the service of Passport to Prosperity for the past 12 years and the demand for support for experiential learning opportunities is increasing not decreasing.

The OBEP Board of Directors is active in searching out new opportunites and partners to work with us to support industry and education connections for student success and economic success for all Ontarians.

If you too are interested in working with us please contact:
Sherryl Petricevic

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