A partnership between the University of Windsor and the Kanata North Business Association and Hub350, Canada’s largest tech hub, will help bridge the industry talent gap, foster innovation, and connect students with more than 500 companies in the technology sector, says Judy Bornais, executive director of the Office of Experiential Learning.
“Partnering with the KNBA and Hub350 is a tremendous opportunity for us to help fuel the tech park with the best and brightest student talent from the University of Windsor,” she says.
Ten new co-op streams are now available to students in the arts, humanities, and social sciences.
A new cord added to their Convocation gowns honoured graduates of programs in co-operative education and workplace partnerships.
The Hire UWindsor program will connect employers with grads.
An information session held by Boeing to promote co-op education in aerospace attracted more than 50 students.
An information session Sept. 19 offered students a chance to learn about co-op education and experiential learning in the tech industry.
Co-op work terms with a tech start-up has given four students experience making a direct impact on the spread of COVID-19.
A co-op placement at the German headquarters of the Schaeffler Group can prove a life-changing experience for UWindsor students.