Keep in mind due to the high volume of bootcamp applications we recommend applying as soon as possible. If you’re ready to apply to the OEJI , please review the following steps below:
Please complete and submit your online application. You can apply for up to two programs and be accepted however, you are only permitted to pursue one program. Though there is a deadline, it is good to apply early. Early applicants receive the benefit of having more time for their application to be reviewed.
Please take time to attentively complete and review your application before submitting. The questions asked are essential to our application selection process. Application questions that do not include enough details risk the possibility of not being considered.
We internally conduct an assessment process to determine which applicants qualify for the program. This is why it is important to carefully answer and review all questions prior to submitting.
Following a successfully submitted application you may be contacted to schedule a phone or video interview. This gives us a chance to speak with you and ensure our bootcamp is a great fit for you! There is no need to worry, this interview is intended to get to know you more and make sure everyone is comfortable.
If you have any additional questions or concerns this is a great time to connect.
Acceptance notifications will be sent out within one week following the interview via email. Upon the acceptance offer we will email an enrollment contract requiring your electronic signature. Once the enrollment contract is electronically signed and emailed back you’re all set!
If you have any questions regarding our application process, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Ontario Emerging Jobs Institute (OEJI) is a one-of-a-kind training centre based out of the Cornwall Innovation Centre at the NAV CENTRE in Cornwall, ON. The Institute offers free, bootcamp-style training and work placements for jobs of the future starting in January 2019 for individuals hoping to work/and or upgrade their skills in the Cornwall, SD&G, Akwesasne, and surrounding area.
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