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What are the benefits of providing work-integrated learning (WIL) opportunities?

Our partners play an important role in experiential learning at George Brown. Whether it’s through offering work opportunities or mentorship and advice, they help prepare our graduates. By partnering with George Brown and our students, you will: 

  • Strengthen and empower your community at large through collaborative projects with students  
  • Vet students for potential work opportunities upon graduation 
  • Gain fresh perspectives and ideas from current students 
  • Play a role in shaping the skills and knowledge of future grads 

How can I host a WIL opportunity?

Learn about the areas of the college you can work with below. See an option that's a good fit for your organization? Then, connect with our Work-Integrated Learning Office to take the next step.

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With more than 200 full-time programs across seven academic centres, we can match students with your organization to help move projects forward and complete goals. 

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We use an online platform called Riipen to match our students with employers across Canada. Find out how to connect with our students through Riipen’s Level UP program.

Have a business idea you want to get off the ground? Our faculty and students can help. Research and Innovation activities happen across the college and give students opportunities to solve challenges facing small and medium-sized businesses. 

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At GBC's new Brookfield Sustainability Institute (BSI), we'll work with businesses, government and others to develop solutions to challenges created by climate change. BSI will soon offer experiential and WIL opportunities for students across the college. Stay tuned!