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Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions (PICS)
PICS Internships program provides support for the hiring of university students at the workplaces pursuing climate change mitigation and adaptation research, planning or implementation. Workplaces can be governments, NGOs, industry and communities in BC. Eligible students must be enrolled in a... Read More »

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Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions (PICS)
PICS Internships program provides support for the hiring of university students at the workplaces pursuing climate change mitigation and adaptation research, planning or implementation. Workplaces can be governments, NGOs, industry and communities in BC. Eligible students must be enrolled in a full-time undergraduate or graduate program at one of the four PICS partner institutions: UVIC, UBC, SFU or UNBC. Students must either be returning to complete their degree programs following the internship, or have completed their programs the semester prior to the start of the internship. PICS will... Read More »

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Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions (PICS)

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Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions (PICS)
PICS Internships program provides support for the hiring of university students at the workplaces pursuing climate change mitigation and adaptation research, planning or implementation. Workplaces can be governments, NGOs, industry and communities in BC. Eligible students must be enrolled in a... Read More »

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PICS Internships program provides support for the hiring of university students at the workplaces pursuing climate change mitigation and adaptation research, planning or implementation. Workplaces can be governments, NGOs, industry and communities in BC. Eligible students must be enrolled in a full-time undergraduate or graduate program at one of the four PICS partner institutions: UVIC, UBC, SFU... Learn more »
The law in B.C. sets standards for payment, compensation and working conditions in most workplaces. For more information, please contact the Employment Standards Branch: Toll free: 1 833 236-3700 www.gov.bc.ca/EmploymentStandards Learn more »
Canada Summer Jobs provides funding to help small businesses, public sector employers, and non-profit organizations to hire students under the age of 30 during the summer term. Funding is available to approved employers for up to 50 per cent of minimum wage for private companies and public sector employers, and up to 100 per cent of the minimum wage for non-profit organizations. Applications are... Learn more »

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PICS Internships program provides support for the hiring of university students at the workplaces pursuing climate change mitigation and adaptation research, planning or implementation. Workplaces can be governments, NGOs, industry and communities in BC. Eligible students must be enrolled in a full-time undergraduate or graduate program at one of the four PICS partner institutions: UVIC, UBC, SFU... Learn more »
The law in B.C. sets standards for payment, compensation and working conditions in most workplaces. For more information, please contact the Employment Standards Branch: Toll free: 1 833 236-3700 www.gov.bc.ca/EmploymentStandards Learn more »
Canada Summer Jobs provides funding to help small businesses, public sector employers, and non-profit organizations to hire students under the age of 30 during the summer term. Funding is available to approved employers for up to 50 per cent of minimum wage for private companies and public sector employers, and up to 100 per cent of the minimum wage for non-profit organizations. Applications are... Learn more »

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ACCE

The ACCE-WIL-BC meets at least semi-annually to discuss issues and initiatives related to its purpose and role. Each institution is represented and contributes to these discussions. Also there are a number of sub-committees working on a variety of issues throughout the year. Learn more »
The ACCE-WIL-BC exists to provide and encourage the adoption of consistent program guidelines and standards for quality co-operative education and work integrated learning in BC, to gather and disseminate relevant data, and to work as a collective voice to discuss accountability and institutional issues related to co-operative education and work integrated learning. Learn more »
Recently, the ACCE-WIL-BC worked on a comprehensive matrix of work-integrated education and learning. The objective of this matrix is to develop clarity, common understanding and shared language around these forms of work-integrated experiences across institutions in BC. Learn more »

Resource Category - Tile

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ACCE

The ACCE-WIL-BC meets at least semi-annually to discuss issues and initiatives related to its purpose and role. Each institution is represented and contributes to these discussions. Also there are a number of sub-committees working on a variety of issues throughout the year. Learn more »
The ACCE-WIL-BC exists to provide and encourage the adoption of consistent program guidelines and standards for quality co-operative education and work integrated learning in BC, to gather and disseminate relevant data, and to work as a collective voice to discuss accountability and institutional issues related to co-operative education and work integrated learning. Learn more »
Recently, the ACCE-WIL-BC worked on a comprehensive matrix of work-integrated education and learning. The objective of this matrix is to develop clarity, common understanding and shared language around these forms of work-integrated experiences across institutions in BC. Learn more »

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