Partnering to develop a highly skilled STEM workforce

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Partnering to develop a highly skilled STEM workforce

By 2030 Ontario will see a total of 233,000 new job openings in science, engineering, technology and math (STEM) fields that require a university education. To help meet this demand, Carleton University is providing students with work-integrated learning opportunities in STEM through a partnership with technology company CAE.

Through the partnership, students will have access to CAE co-ops, internships and research opportunities that will help them develop the technical skills and experience they need before entering the job market.

Students and university researchers will also collaborate with CAE to develop new technologies and applications across many different sectors, such as health care, green technology, artificial intelligence and cybersecurity. For example, one project will investigate the development of innovations in human-computer interaction and artificial intelligence to improve patient safety in health care.

For more information, visit Carleton University.