Connect with Youth

How non-profits in rural, remote and Northern communities benefit from Work-Integrated Learning
Explore why non-profits are incredibly important in smaller communities, and how they can access and benefit from work-integrated learning (WIL).

Engaging Youth in the Design of WIL Programs
Tara Mascarenhas is the Director of Programs at the Students on Ice Foundation. She discusses the importance of engaging youth in the process of creating experiential learning programs.

Meeting Youth Where They’re At
WIL can provide new talent streams as rural, remote, and Northern employers recover from COVID. But in establishing new programs and initiatives, employers need to be responsive to the needs and circumstances of young people. Leslie Robinson, Youth Engagement Coordinator with the Nisga'a Lisims Government, shares her insights.


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