Applications to Co-operative Education and Work-Integrated Learning (CEWIL) Canada’s grant-based funding are now being accepted until June 15 for the fall term.
CEWIL’s iHub grant is focused primarily on four types of work-integrated learning:
- applied research and industry projects,
- entrepreneurial work-integrated learning,
- field placements, and
- service-learning work-integrated learning.
The application process is relatively simple and funding requests with a minimum of $200 to a maximum of $1,800 per student are allowed. For more information, visit the Office of Experiential Learning’s iHub Grant page.
The Office of Experiential Learning will provide additional feedback for draft applications before June 9 and answer questions regarding the iHub grant and planning, developing, and implementing curricular experiential learning. Contact Anna Galka for assistance at Anna.Galka@uwindsor.ca.
Once you have submitted your proposal, please send Galka a copy of your application and budget as the Office of Experiential Learning will facilitate the necessary signatories and execution of grant contracts for approved applications.