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Bring our classroom into your workplace!
Our students are educated in the latest industry practices, technology, and trends that will keep your organization on point. Our students are your competitive advantage.
- New Ideas
- Fresh Perspectives
- Affordable Employment Solutions
- Potential to Build your Future Workforce
RECRUIT UWindsor TALENT
- Host workshops, information sessions or hiring events
- Post and manage job opportunities online
- Review current applications
- Take advantages of on-campus interview facilities
- Partner for recruitment events and fairs
- Hold an industry skills workshop
- Partner for research opportunities
- Participate in an industry panel
- Host workplace tours and job shadowing
Build Your Brand on Campus
Partner with UWindsor to become an employer of choice, influence your future workforce and connect with top-talent. Our Employer Engagement Team will work with you to create a customized event that will showcase your organization to students and alumni on campus.
"Valient TMS makes an investment in the local community by training future leaders. UWindsor is a long-standing, trusted partner in sourcing quality talent."
Mike Van Nie
Senior HR Manager
UWindsor Talent is growing everyday. Faculty and students are doing exciting things in and out of the classroom. Experience it for yourself. Connect with us to LINK to Career-Ready Talent in many ways.
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Types of Experiential Learning Courses are listed below. Visit our full description of Experiential Learning Courses, including examples.
Applied Research: Students and industry (or community) working together to investigate a specific, real-world issue.
Capstone: A final-year course that consolidates everything a student has learned and is usually project-based.
Clinic: Practice-based work experience under the supervision of an experienced licensed professional but is not required for professional licensure or certification.
Co-operative Education: Co-op (co-operative education) alternates terms of paid, full-time work with terms of study in a specific program.
Community Service Learning: Students work in partnership with a community partner or community-based organization to apply disciplinary knowledge to address identified needs or issue.
Creative Performance or Exhibit: Students in the performing or visual arts create a public presentation.
Entrepreneurship: Students cultivate and/or manage a business, social enterprise or creative idea.
Field Experience or Site Visits: Exposure to the work setting through participation in activities such as site visits, study tours, and field trips.
Field Work: Active participation in a field experience that is systemically integrated throughout the course.
Industry/Community Consulting Project: Work with a community, organization, business, or industry partner on specific project(s) to identify opportunities and develop solutions or strategies to address a challenge, issue or idea.
Interactive Simulations: Engage in experiences that mimic the "real world" in cognitive demands, surroundings, and environmental circumstances.
Internship (Full Time): Full-time program-related experience in a professional work environment.
Internship (Part Time): Part-time program-related experience in a professional work environment.
Professional Practicum: Professional capabilities are developed in a work setting, which is required by both an academic program and a regulatory college/professional association and is under the supervision of an experienced registered or licensed professional.
Research Project: Investigation by students to produce an original contribution.
Student Abroad: International study or work opportunities.