The Innovative Work-Integrated Learning Initiative

From: Employment and Social Development Canada

The Innovative Work-Integrated Learning (I-WIL) Initiative is for post-secondary students.
It helps them find opportunities related to their studies. I-WIL focuses on short and intensive activities that use technology.

What is an I-WIL opportunity

Possible opportunities include:

  • short-term work placements
  • virtual internships
  • hackathons
  • business cases
  • classroom projects to help the community

How the program works

ESDC works with third party groups to:

  • give students various types of learning opportunities
  • offer activities aligned with job skills
  • create partnerships with:
    • Employers
    • Students
    • Colleges
    • Universities
    • Polytechnics
    • CEGEPs
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