Engaging with Students


Indigenous WIL Resource Hub
The regionally-based and accessible Indigenous Co-op/Work-integrated Learning Resource Hub was developed to support Indigenous student access, retention, and success in WIL programs and placements. Read More »

Resource Packs

Tips for WIL students
Check out these handy tips to help WIL students work effectively as well as tips if you’re working remotely. Remember, your WIL coordinator is an excellent resource and a key contact point for any questions you may have about your WIL work placement. Read More »


Responding to the TRC’s Calls to Action (Poster)
In 2015, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission published 94 Calls to Action tasking governments and institutions to amend their policies and practices to redress the harms of the Indian Residential School (IRS) system. License and Distribution: ACE-WIL Copyright Tags: Indigenous Resource Hub, Program Development Indigenous Recruitment, Reconciliation, TRC Responding to… Read More »
Storytelling and Celebrating Successful WIL Placements
The representation of Indigenous student success is an important part of student and employer recruitment. Communications teams should work with Indigenous students and employers to celebrate and share positive stories of work-integrated learning (WIL). This Information sheet suggests some questions that you might ask to engage with student and employer… Read More »
Co-op & Indigenous Third-Party Sponsorship Funding
Funding may be available to students through Indigenous funding bodies or partners. However, Indigenous funding bodies or partners have different guidelines around the Post-Secondary Student Support Program (PSSSP) as it relates to co-op and WIL opportunities. This infosheet provides an overview summarizing what band offices and educational officers may need… Read More »