The BCWC council members were also instrumental in working with the provincial government to develop the Co-op Tech grant, improving the co-op and WIL profile on the WorkBC website, and making recommendations for the receiving of $1.3 million provided to BC Co-op Institutions within BC. BCWC also liaises with a number of organizations, associations and other government departments at the provincial, national and international level to further the cause of co-operative education and work-integrated learning.
Each institution has one co-op or WIL delegate to represent them at BCWC. Other members include the current president of ACE-WIL and a representative from the provincial ministry responsible for post-secondary education and skills training.
ACE-WIL members can access other information such as the Advocacy Process, Definitions & Guidelines, Mandate, and Operational Plan by going to the Resource Library (be sure to log into the member portal first to access member-only content).