We are looking for individuals to work with us to create case studies that describe exemplar work-integrated learning (WIL) programs (for all nine types adopted by CEWIL Canada) or that describe specific programming and support for underrepresented populations.
The commitment involves:
- Completing the expression of interest below by September 30, 2019 at 5:00 PM PDT
- 5-10 hours of work in October: being interviewed (phone or Skype) by the project team, and then reviewing and finalizing the content of the case study
Any materials associated with your program will be branded with your institutional logo, and each selected case will receive an honourarium of $150.
If you wish to submit an expression of interest for showcasing your program as a case study, please submit the following information: