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 M├ętis 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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