ULethbridge, MHC announce new supports for WIL programs

December 6, 2021
The University of Lethbridge and Medicine Hat College have both announced new partnerships and initiatives supporting work-integrated learning (WIL) programs. ULethbridge’s Dhillon School of Business and the Agility Program have partnered to offer a WIL initiative that would provide payment to over 500 students if they participate in the Service Learning Program. The program is partially funded by the Government of Canada’s Innovative Work-Integrated Learning program and CEWIL Canada's iHub. MHC has signed on to the Rural Roots WIL initiative, which was created through a partnership between Riipen and the Rural Development Network. The partnership will allow MHC students to complete WIL internships with up to 2,000 rural employers. ULethbridge (1) | ULethbridge (2) | Medicine Hat News (AB)