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We work collaboratively with stakeholders to deliver work-integrated learning opportunities to our students. From providing work experience opportunities to assisting in the development of curriculum, you can help students enjoy the benefits of work-integrated learning.
The Tech Stewardship practice program is a free micro-credential opportunity, available to all University of Waterloo students, that introduces the three Core Commitments of Tech Stewardship.
Leaning on co-op students to support their peers is a structural pillar of the Centre for Work-Integrated Learning’s (WIL) approach to their courses and programs. With more than 70 co-op students employed every year, the multidisciplinary group is vital to providing close support to students and assisting staff.
The new Centre for Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) website launches today, bringing all programs and courses offered by the department together under one umbrella. The new website combines the old PD and EDGE websites, while highlighting recently added programs and initiatives.