In our first CEWIL Research Matters of 2019, we are featuring articles from the 2018 International Journal of Work Integrated Learning publication. We would like to extend special thanks to our colleagues from the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus, David Fenton and Arjuna Thaskaran, for their contributions this month.
The Co-operative Education Self-Study Guide developed by the Waterloo Co-op Accessibility Team (WatCAT) is a comprehensive and dynamic resource that is in continual development based on feedback, tools and latest resources related to co-operative education, career services, or disability supports.
WatCACE has teamed up with the Waterloo Co-op Accessibility Team (WatCAT) to share their curated resources for co-operative education programs with focus on enhancing accessibility and support for all students.
Back in December 2017, WatCACE surveyed 455 supervisors, recruiters and executives to better understand the dynamics of “talent management” from the perspective of organizations that hire work-integrated learning (WIL) students.