New window signage prominently displayed on the exterior of the Joyce Entrepreneurship Centre is part of a broader effort to promote experiential learning programs on campus.
The Co-operative Education and Workplace Partnerships office and the Career Development and Experiential Learning office together make up the Office of Experiential Learning and are aiming to make it easier for students to find and access career-related services on campus.
The intention is to encourage students to take advantage of the resources designed to help them with career exploration and development, employment, and work-integrated learning opportunities, says executive director Judy Bornais.
The large gold signage was placed to catch the attention of employers and community partners visiting campus or driving down Wyandotte Street. It also serves as a wayfinding to promote the services of the unit.
“Our new building signage includes slogans like ‘Hire UWindsor,’ sending a clear message that our students are ready and eager to join the workforce,” she says. “The goal is to encourage employers to engage with the University of Windsor, and to tap into our vibrant pool of talented and skilled students.”
The new signage wraps around the exterior of the Joyce Entrepreneurship Centre facing Sunset Avenue and Wyandotte Street West.