10A - CEWIL Co-op Student of the Year Award - Feedback and Idea generation session

Track:
Evolution of Co-operative Education
When:
Tuesday Jul 31   04:00 PM to 04:55 PM (55 minutes)
Discussion:
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The CEWIL Awards Committee has been working over the Spring to consider how our expanded mandate would effect CEWIL student awards.   One initiative we pursued was to assess the current Co-op Student of the Year Award award nomination criteria and process.  The committee felt that the overall process could be simplified and the criteria could better align with the goals of cooperative education and WIL.  We have drafted new nomination criteria and process information that we would love to share and receive feedback on.   After compiling feedback, we will make recommendations to the Board and potentially introduce new criteria and nomination process this year. Please stop by to see what we have drafted, ask us questions and let us know your thoughts!

Moderator
University of Victoria
Co-op Coordinator
Moderator
Langara College
Department Chair, Co-op & Career Development Centre
Moderator
Concordia University
Coordinator -Engineering Programs

Who's Attending 

  • Natasha Dilay
    Manager Career Learning and Development, Royal Roads University
  • Chelsea Elliott
    Director, Corporate Relations, Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science and Manager, Experiential Learning and Partner Relations, Queen's University
  • Ms Gillian Fowler
    Management Career Services, Dalhousie University
  • Sarah-Joy Kallos
    Employment Facilitator, Camosun College
  • Cynthia Maclean
    Program Head, Centre for Workplace Education, British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT)
  • Nancy Sly
    Director, Applied Learning, Camosun College
  • Gabrielle Smith
    Faculty Relations Manager, Engineering, University of Waterloo
  • Claudia Sperling
    Program Manager, Co-operative Education & Career Services, University of Victoria
  • 5 anonymous people

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