Showcasing best practices and tools in work-integrated learning
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Not all student work placements or practice settings are created equal. The University of Waterloo is teaming up with CEWIL Canada (Cooperative Education and Work-Integrated Learning) to highlight the practices that lead to success. 

In partnership with the RBC Future Launch Program, the university’s CEWIL Resource Hub will showcase best practices across nine different types of placements, including applied research, cooperative education and internships. The hub will also show the ways in which underrepresented populations are supported and successful in Canadian work-integrated learning programs.  

The hub’s resources will help ensure students get the most out of their work placements and emerge with in-demand skills.  

For more information, visit the University of Waterloo

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