Work Integrated Learning

A form of curricular experiential education that formally integrates a student’s academic studies with quality experiences within a workplace or practice setting. WIL experiences include an engaged partnership of at least: an academic institution, a host organization, and a student. WIL can occur at the course or program level and includes the development of student learning objectives and outcomes related to: employability, agency, knowledge and skill mobility and life-long learning. CEWIL

WILWorks Post Secondary - NATIONAL

Excellence in Manufacturing Consortium (EMC), through the WILWorks program, offers wage subsidies of up to $7,000 per post-secondary student placement. For employers, the subsidy allows companies to hire student talent now, assess them in the workforce and create a pipeline of future employees. For students, the program provides opportunities to gain valuable work experience in their field of study and they graduate with work-ready skills and experience.

Click here to APPLY through our online partner site.

WILWorks Graduate - ONTARIO

EMC’s WILWorks Graduate program is designed to help manufacturing sector employers build the workforce of the future by attracting top young talent, expanding their skills, and guiding them on their paths to employment. This program will help Ontario manufacturers hire, train, and retain the next-generation employees to be the future of your company—as well as the future of the manufacturing industry

Click here to APPLY through our online partner site. This Employment Ontario project is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario.

WILWorks Skilled Trades - NATIONAL

Program information coming soon!

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