BC announces $4.5M to increase access to work-integrated learning opportunities


The Government of British Columbia is investing $4.5M over three years to expand work-integrated learning opportunities at 13 postsecondary institutions, primarily in communities outside the Lower Mainland. The funding will increase access to on-the-job learning, co-op placements, and internships. Postsecondary institutions receiving funding include Capilano University, Coast Mountain College, College of New Caledonia, College of the Rockies, Emily Carr University of Art + Design, Justice Institute of British Columbia, Nicola Valley Institute of Technology, North Island College, Northern Lights College, Royal Roads University, Selkirk College, University of Northern British Columbia, and Vancouver Community College. This investment is part of the StrongerBC: Future Ready Action Plan.

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