Experiential Learning Resources

Selecting the Ideal Experiential Learning Opportunity for You

Use this tool to incorporate your organization’s goals and objectives as you consider which type of experiential learning is right for you.

How to Best Support Students

We hope you will consider yourself a co-educator as you engage students in placements and projects. External partners play an important role in helping students clarify their goals, develop and use their disciplinary skills, and gain industry-specific competencies. We encourage you to work closely with the University instructor or staff member coordinating your experiential learning opportunity to determine how you can best support students.

Accessibility

The University of Toronto is committed to upholding the Ontario Human Rights Code, the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act and the University of Toronto’s Statement of Commitment to Persons with Disabilities.

We encourage our partners to offer experiential learning opportunities that are accessible for all of our students. You may wish to review the following items:

External Resources

Propel Initiative

Propel helps your organization access Ontario’s student talent network through experiential learning partnerships with universities. Learn about funding supports, get useful templates and sample resources, and an overview of roles and responsibilities for your organization, students, and the university.

Co-operative Education and Work-Integrated Learning (CEWIL) Canada

CEWIL Canada offers an Employer Tool Kit that may be helpful as you consider how to hire students for co-op opportunities and other work-integrated learning placements within your organization. They also provide an overview of Employer Ethics and other resources.

Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario

The Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario (HEQCO)’s work-integrated learning site provides resources and reports related to experiential learning and work-integrated learning opportunities.