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The Future of Work-integrated Learning

Recruiting talent for educational institutions and corporations

Date & time
Thursday, February 25, 2021
12 p.m. – 1 p.m.

Registration is closed

Speaker(s)

Valerie Walker, Jean Boulet, Gabrielle Moroz and Nadia Bhuiyan

Cost

This event is free

Contact

Céline Bébin

Where

Online

The demand for internships and Co-op programs has grown massively over the last decade. Such programs have become a strategic component of talent-recruiting for corporations but also an important recruiting tool for educational institutions.

Nadia Bhuiyan, vice-provost of partnerships and experiential learning at Concordia University, will moderate this panel from the public and private sector. They will discuss how work-integrated learning programs (Co-op, internships, etc.) will need to evolve to keep with these changing times.


La demande de stages et programmes coopératifs a augmenté massivement au cours de la dernière décennie et est devenue une composante stratégique du recrutement de talents pour les entreprises mais aussi un outil de recrutement important pour les établissements d'enseignement.

Nadia Bhuiyan, vice-rectrice exécutive adjointe aux partenariats et à l’apprentissage expérientiel de l'Université Concordia, animera ce panel des secteurs public et privé sur la façon dont les programmes d'apprentissage intégré au travail (Co-op, stages, etc.) devront évoluer pour suivre ces temps de changement.

Nadia Bhuiyan Nadia Bhuiyan, vice-provost, Partnerships and Experiential Learning
Smiling woman with long brown hair wearing a burgundy top and black blazer Gabrielle Moroz, senior consultant, Deloitte Canada
Woman with short light hair smiling, wearing white and black polka-dotted blouse and black blazer Valerie Walker, CEO at Business/Higher Education Roundtable
anne-whitelaw-011-620 Anne Whitelaw, interim provost and vice-president, Academic
Headshot of smiling man with glasses wearing suit and blue tie in front of a vibrant blue background Jean Boulet, minister of labour, Employment and Social Solidarity
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