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Since 2002, the BEP has brought together thousands of educators, industry professionals, and students as partners in learning. Use our resources to learn how others in our community are taking action, and get their perspectives on how you can too.
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Creating a Micro-Granting Fund for Students
Exchange Magazine features our emerging program to invest in the creative capacity of local students — see page 22.
We're hiring a Marketing and Media Production Manager!
Do you want to help young people in Waterloo Region prepare for success in their future careers? Join our team!
Mentorship pilot pairs Indigenous youth with tech volunteers
Indigenous youth with an interest in developing software will be paired with mentors from the Waterloo Region tech community in a new pilot project.
Wanted: New Board Members
The Business & Education Partnership is seeking new directors who want to help make a difference in the lives of youth while strengthening our future workforce, economy and community.
Daniel Rampelt participated in an ICE Challenge in April 2013 as a high school student. He was interested in computer science, but didn’t know for sure if it was how he wanted to make a living.
Outdoor Education involves the instructional use of natural and built areas for learning in a variety of subject-matter disciplines through direct experiences.
Specialized Co-Op, Re-Engagement Program
Specialized Co-Op Re-Engagement is a unique opportunity for students to earn credits toward their high school diploma that allows students to earn 3 high school credits in a semester.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics-Related Opportunity
STEM activities are opportunities for students to engage in learning in a manner that is practical, applicable, reflective, and participatory relating to science, technology, engineering, and math.
Take Your Kid to Work
Take Your Kid to Work allows students to experience life within a workplace.
Specialist High Skills Major(s)
The Specialist High Skills Majors (SHSM) program offers students the opportunity to explore a specific community, or economic and/or industrial sector in preparation for post-secondary destinations.
That's all for now :)
That's all for now :)