Partnership Announcement: Trinity Western University Joins Outcome Campus Connect

Trinity Western University has joined Outcome Campus Connect – Canada’s experiential learning, skill development, and job opportunity network built specifically for university and college students. Now live, the network is easily accessible to all students attending the university. Students of Trinity Western can now directly connect with work-integrated learning, skill development, and job opportunities posted by employers across Canada – right from the comfort of home.

 “At Trinity Western University, we are committed to helping students discover and create a personalized vocation development plan that inspires from the first days on campus through graduation and beyond. Work Integrated Learning (WIL) is an essential piece of our commitment to experiential and embodied learning through our liberal arts education.  Connecting with Outcome Campus Connect allows all of our stakeholders (students, employers, alumni, faculty) a unique, creative way to network and work together. This is critical right now as we seek to open-up more experiential learning opportunities to our students- even in a time of challenged labour markets. We are excited about this opportunity to showcase the competencies of our TWU students and anticipate the excellent professional learning that they will experience through these connections!”, says Jenn Skelding, Executive Director, Learning Commons, Teaching & Learning, at Trinity Western University. 

Outcome Campus Connect paves the way for student success by recognizing that each post-secondary student learning experience is unique, and every student deserves support in fulfilling their individual potential. Joining the network displays Trinity Western University’s dedication to preparing students for the workforce with the right skills and experience to remain competitive while ensuring all of their students have level access to opportunities meaningful to their fields of study and hopeful careers.

Together with our partners, like TWU, we aim to give each-and-every university and college student in Canada at least 1 work-integrated learning experience before graduation.

Funded by the Government of Canada’s Student Work Placement Program (SWPP),  joining the network is free and available to all universities and colleges in Canada. Connect with Natalie Nitsopoulos, to join.