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Equity-deserving talent is underrepresented in the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) sector. Learn more about how Toronto Metropolitan University created a work-integrated learning alternative to co-op known as the DELIA (Diversifying Experiential Learning in the...

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This case study details how employers in the architecture and construction sector can effectively engage with underrepresented students outside of traditional co-op placements. Employers and educators seeking innovative ways to diversify their WIL programming can...

87% of students reported a high level of satisfaction with the program, and after completing their projects

Learn more about how Western University and TechAlliance of Southwestern Ontario worked together to implement an industry projects model in 8 courses at Western. This easy-to-read format produced for employers and educators highlights their successful strategies...

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This case study details an efficient model of connecting tech sector employers to Social Science, Humanities, and Arts students through curricular work-integrated learning (WIL). Employers gain insight and support with small projects at zero cost.

RRC

Learn more about Red River College Polytechnic's successful WIL strategies and key takeaways in this easy-to-read format produced for employers and educators.

94% of RRC Polytech students, including international students, reported that participating in WIL...

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This case study details how strong employer engagement services and accessible work-integrated learning (WIL) are key tools in engaging equity-deserving and international students. Employers and educators seeking innovative ways to diversify their WIL programming can...