Are you wondering how to continue or modify your EL activities during COVID?
We have a list of resources to help.
The Experiential Learning Office has been offering support through funding and placement opportunities to students who have lost their placements due to COVID-19. A variety of alternatives are available, all virtual, including on-campus placements, community-based placements, industry projects or research. Students can contact their internship coordinators directly for more information.
Although most WIL placements are no longer possible on-site, there are still opportunities to work virtually with industry partners.
Use Riipen to find virtual internship opportunities for students and in a variety of industries. Learn more.
EL classroom activities can take a variety of forms. Below are tools and practical applications that faculty can use in their courses.
The current context is a great teaching moment for all of us. Bringing this discussion into the classroom can give students an opportunity to process their thoughts and to generate creative solutions to personal or larger societal challenges. Find some inspiration for this teachable moment.
Through research, students can advance their knowledge in their academic field and contribute to producing new knowledge in the community.
Thanks to $40M from Government of Canada, Mitacs will be offering funding for 5000 research-based internships to students across the country. Learn more.
NSERC is offering Undergraduate Student Research Awards (USRA) of $4500. Learn more.