Windmill Microlending and Saskatchewan Polytechnic are partners in career success for newcomers
Saskatchewan Polytechnic and Windmill Microlending are committed to helping newcomer learners. If a certificate, diploma degree program, or apprenticeship from Sask Polytech can help you achieve career success in Canada, Windmill can help you afford it.
“Newcomers are an important part of our campus community. We are excited for this new collaborative partnership with Windmill, which provides students with more options for financial support while working towards their educational and career goals.”
– Dr. Larry Rosia, Saskatchewan Polytechnic president and CEO.
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About Windmill Microlending
Windmill Microlending is a Canadian non-profit offering low-interest loans of up to $15,000 to help newcomers pay for the education they need to succeed in Canada. Since 2005, Windmill has supported over 7,000 immigrants and refugees to overcome underemployment and grow their careers.
Windmill supports newcomers to achieve career success. Our client support program is designed so we can work together to develop a career success and repayment plan. Windmill client success coaches provide custom coaching, including career success plan development, career path guidance and referrals.
Furthermore, when you become a Windmill client, you have access to additional and unique client success supports such as financial literacy training, an invitation to join our Mentorship Program and gain access to online digital resources. Your success is our goal!
A loan from Windmill sets our clients on the road to success
Income grows by
on average, with some variance by profession.
Windmill has approved
loans in Saskatchewan, to date.
In partnership with Saskatchewan Polytechnic.
Windmill’s statistics as of March 31, 2022. Income data is based only on those who have completed their Career Success Plan and paid their loan in full.