As others have suggested, we're starting to run out of summer. In terms of time for students to get into these positions, there are limits on what we can do now.
I can't speak to individual employment issues across countless positions. I have no doubt that there are some, but I also hear lots of great stories about the success of the program and the opportunities it gives the young folks. I think that if we're going to put money towards supporting students and giving them work opportunities, it ought to be through those existing programs that support paid jobs, that comply with employment standards and that help advance the careers of these young folks.