The Co-op Placements program assists arts and cultural organizations that have previously received grants through the BC Arts Council or are an Indigenous Government, Friendship Centre, or Métis Chartered Community offering dedicated arts and culture programs or projects where the scope of work of the Co-op or Work-Integrated Learning student would focus on these activities. The assistance level for Co-op Placements is up to $10,000 per work term of up to 16 weeks, or for two consecutive placements for the same student and request up to $20,000 for up to 32 weeks. Applications are accepted annually in December.

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