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Funding Resources for Employers
Funding is essential, especially during these challenging times, to ensure that employers and community partners can successfully hire post-secondary students and benefit from their unique ideas, energy and hard work. This resource pack provides information on how you can access these funding opportunities. Read More »


BC Arts Council: Co-op Placements
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… Read More »
Ethical risks in work-integrated learning: A study of Canadian practitioners
WIL practitioners encounter ethical issues, dilemmas, or conflicts (‘risks’) in the delivery of work-integrated learning (WIL) programs. Ethical risks which are not properly managed can have reputational, legal, and financial consequences for the higher education institution (HEI). Whilst students’ experiences of ethical risks, particularly in health-related WIL programs, have been… Read More »
Co-op best practices
These resources include practices and techniques that add value to co-operative education programs. Topics range from how to create a job description to adult education practices; from co-op preparation to work term and performance assessment. Topics: Engaging with Employers, Engaging with Students License and Distribution: Co-operative Education and Work-Integrated Learning… Read More »