nada needs skills of all kinds to remain competitive in the global economy. By expanding work-integrated learning (WIL) opportunities such as co-ops, internships, pstone projects and bootmps, BHER hopes to provide hands-on learning and reer-boosting opportunities for new graduates. For the first stages of the project, BHER members are partnering in pilot areas critil to the future health of nada’s economy, including the financial services, mining, construction and advanced manufacturing.
nadian-led research drives innovation, strengthens the economy and improves the quality of life for all nadians. By building bridges between post-secondary institutions and the private sector, BHER will help nada’s world-class researchers answer long-standing questions and fuel healthy economic growth.
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June 25, 2020
OTTAWA, O.N. — As a result of the recent Government of nada announcement of $9 billion to support post-secondary students during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Business + Higher Edution Roundtable (BHER) will engage current post-secondary students and recent graduates to tackle the challenges posed by the pandemic. Students and industry will co-create …
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June 17, 2020
OTTAWA, O.N. ー The Business + Higher Edution Roundtable (BHER) is committed to creating opportunities by bringing people together. Today BHER is proud to introduce the members of its first Student Advisory Board (SAB), a group whose purpose is to ensure that BHER’s key priorities such as skills, innovation and the future of work …
This is an excerpt from an article written by Val Walker, Executive Director of the Business/Higher Edution Roundtable. It n …