CEWIL Resource Hub - WIL for All

Thanks for visiting the CEWIL Resource Hub. This hub showcases the best practices and tools used across the nine types of work-integrated learning (WIL) adopted by CEWIL Canada, as well as the ways in which underrepresented populations are supported and successful in Canadian WIL programs.

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You can explore the Canadian WIL landscape by visiting the sections linked below:

WIL Quality Indicators

Learn more about the features and aspects that characterize quality WIL.

Types of WIL

Learn more about the nine types of WIL recognized by CEWIL, all of which include an engaged partnership of an academic institution, a host organization and a student.

If you're interested in quickly comparing the nine types of WIL, visit our WIL comparison chart.

WIL for All

Learn more about examples of Canadian WIL that support underrepresented populations engaging in WIL or common challenges in building WIL opportunities.

Work on the CEWIL Resource Hub was funded in part by the Royal Bank of Canada's Future Launch program.

Completion of the CEWIL Resource Hub was led by the Work-Learn Institute at the University of Waterloo, with contributions from other institutions across Canada.