Membership fees are based on the number of members within an institutional membership. The per member price becomes lower with more members. The cost per member starts at $353 for institutions with one member and decreases to $140 per member for institutions with 29 members. There are no additional costs for institutions with more than 29 members.
New Institutional Members Only! September-February pay full membership fee. March-August pay half membership fee! (note: 1st time members only!).
CEWIL Canada By-laws - (4. Membership)
Membership shall be open to individuals who are employed by Institutions and/or Employers and other persons interested in the development of post-secondary co-operative education or work-integrated learning. Application for membership shall be submitted in writing and include payment of the annual fee as fixed by the Board. All members shall be entitled to vote.
Admission to membership shall be by vote of the Board, OR any designee(s) that the board see fit. The Board or designee(s) shall have the right to refuse any application for membership for any reason which shall seem sufficient, provided that such motion for refusal is passed by a two-thirds (2/3) majority vote at the meeting at which there is a quorum present. If memberships are handled by a designee(s), a written summary of all approvals and rejections must be submitted to the CEWIL Canada office on an ongoing basis.
There shall be two categories of members: Voting Members and Honourary Members.
- Voting Members
Members are annual membership fee-paying individuals who are employed by Institutions and/or Employers and other persons interested in the development of post-secondary co-operative education or work-integrated learning. All members shall be voting members.
- Honourary Members
Honourary Members may be appointed by the Board which may waive the annual membership fee. An Honourary Member shall be a voting member.
- Any member of the Corporation shall be removed from membership if the member fails to pay the annual fee within sixty (60) days after it is due. This shall not prejudice the member's right to re-apply for membership.
- Except as hereinafter set out, the Board may:
- by a resolution passed by a two-thirds (2/3) majority vote at any meeting of the Board at which a quorum is present, terminate any membership for acts prejudicial to the Association or to the objects for which it was formed or for reasons of a change of occupation with resultant inconsistency with the qualifications for membership.
- Any member whose membership has been terminated or who has been requested to resign or whose membership category has been ordered changed shall be given the specific reasons and shall be allowed thirty (30) days to present evidence to the Board why such action should not have been taken. After presentation and hearing by the Board, the decision of the Board shall be final and binding.
- The membership of a Director may not be terminated unless the Director has first been removed as a Director pursuant to Article 5.10 of this by-law.
Any member may resign from the Corporation by letter of resignation addressed to the Secretary of the Corporation at the National Office. Such resignation becomes effective on the expiration of one week from the date it is received or on such later date as may be specified in the letter of resignation.
4.06 Membership Register
The Secretary of the Corporation shall cause the names and addresses of all members to be listed in the Corporation register of members.