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To stay competitive in the wake of COVID-19, Canadian businesses will need talent with practical experience and future-relevant skills.
One of the most promising ways to do this is by expanding access to work-integrated learning (WIL).
The Conference Board of Canada in partnership with the Business + Higher Education Roundtable (BHER) is leading a research project to assess the state of work-integrated learning in Canada.
Participate in a 90-minute virtual event to share your thoughts on how the capacity for work-integrated learning can be expanded in your industry.
We want to learn about your interests and experiences with the following:
Anyone who has an interest in the future of WIL in Canada, including:
Thanks to your input, BHER will be able to expand WIL opportunities and ensure that Canada’s businesses are creating quality experiences for students across Canada.