Co-op and experiential learning will be in the spotlight during a week’s worth of festivities celebrating Brock’s Co-op, Career and Experiential Education (CCEE) initiatives.
Starting Monday, March 18, National Co-op and Work Integrated Learning Week at Brock will feature a variety of on- and off-campus activities designed to further educate students, faculty and community partners about the University’s many experiential opportunities, including co-op work terms, community-engaged projects and career-related programs.
In partnership with Co-operative Education and Work-Integrated Learning (CEWIL) Canada, this year’s events will include co-op employer panels and mock interviews, CareerZone Cafés, the Experiential Education Showcase and a CCEE drop-in reception to welcome and educate community partners at Mahtay Café in downtown St. Catharines.
The week will also feature the announcement of CCEE’s Co-op and Experiential Education students of the year, and the winners of the Lunch with a Leader contest, which will give two students the chance to have lunch with a professional from an organization of their choice anywhere in Ontario.
A full list of Co-op and WIL Week activities can be found on the CCEE website.