Tags: March 2022, Vol. 2, Issue 3
Do you want to know more about Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) at Humber and understand the differences between Internships, Field Experiences, Co-ops, and Mandatory Professional Practicums? Humber has a new Work-Integrated Learning website! Across Humber, there are six different Faculties that provide a range of Work-Integrated Learning opportunities for students and partner organizations to work together. On the website you can learn about WIL at Humber, read WIL success stories, as well as find information for partners and students alike on how to participate in WIL.
Along with Humber’s new WIL website, there is also a language update to help align and clarify what FSCS students are required to do for WIL. What was previously referred to as placements or internships will now be commonly referred to as Field Experiences where “students engage in intensive experiences related to their field of study or career goals to build their skills, knowledge and abilities”.