We are undertaking a project to build a national WIL Resource Hub for CEWIL Canada, which received funds from the Royal Bank of Canada’s Future Launch program. This resource hub will showcase the best practices and tools being used across the nine types of work-integrated learning adopted by CEWIL Canada, as well as the ways in which underrepresented populations are supported and successful in Canadian WIL programs. This is your chance to showcase the great work that you do on a national stage.
We will be profiling case studies of programs being offered in Canada that are exemplars of each of the nine forms of WIL, or relate to WIL programming for underrepresented populations. If you are interested in submitting your program/institution to be considered for one of the case studies, please click here for more information and to submit an expression of interest.
If you aren’t interested in developing a full case study with us, but you have a particular resource that you would like to share, we would also love to hear from you. Please click here to submit a resource.
Content shared with the CEWIL Resource Hub will be branded with your program/institutional logo to ensure appropriate credit is given.
We are looking for submissions on or before September 30, 2019 at 5:00 P.D.T.
If you have any questions, please reach out to us at: email@example.com.
Judene Pretti, Director, WatCACE
Anne Fannon, Director, WatPD
University of Waterloo