The Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) Centre invited Campus B Program Manager and member of Customized Educational Programs Abroad (CEPA) and the Global Learning Collective (GLC) Andre Siffert to speak with students on April 1st about the upcoming WIL opportunities and projects.
Andre provided students with information on the GLC's global projects, how the program operates and how the opportunity would allow students to use their skills to work closely with companies to piece together an exciting project. Students would be allowed to work with companies in Brazil, South Africa, Thailand and Germany, as well as other students worldwide.
The information session hosted many interested students and provided them with valuable insight into what remote experiential learning will look like, and what CEPA has to offer. Students were well engaged and eager to participate. The event was a success overall and the WIL Centre is excited to offer these amazing global opportunities to students.
Nine lucky Faculty of Business students were selected to participate in a virtual project-based internship focused on solving real-world organizational challenges related to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. This international initiative will give students the opportunity to participate in cultural activities, cross-regional collaborations, and experience cultural celebrations.
Students are from the following programs:
This International Virtual Initiative is funded by Humber Bursaries.