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Employer Incentive Fund Application


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Contact the experiential education lead at one (or all!) of New Brunswick’s four public universities to apply.

Success Stories

  • Dr. Lee Jolliffe in the UNBSJ Faculty of Business took her Resort Management class on an overnight trip to the Algonquin Resort in St. Andrews, NB. While they were there, students met with the management of the resorts for a “management challenge project”. Read more…

  • High school students from Fredericton High School met with local seniors to speak with them about a special treasure or keepsake that they hold dear. Read more…

  • FutureReadyNB has helped support students enrolled in the ARTS 3000 Internship course on the UNB Fredericton campus. Read more…

  • The student came into the meeting with a clear goal and proposal to get a placement at an organization he felt extremely passionate about: the NB Child & Youth Advocate Office (CYAO). His academic background, preparation, and previous experiences made him an ideal internship candidate. Within days, the internship was established. Read more…

  • One of our students, who is studying biology and sociology, has created their own experiential learning opportunity with the Atlantic Wildlife Institute (AWI). Read more…

  • Over two days in October, eight Ecological Literacy students were given the unique opportunity to mobilize their knowledge by visiting five New Brunswick ecosystems with their professor. Read more…

  • One of our students in the Faculty of Arts is working with the Atlantic Canadian Organic Regional Network (ACORN) as a Social Media Intern. Read more…

  • At Populus, students are always a significant part of the team. They get meaningful work experience to complement their classroom learning. Read more…

  • After interviewing a few candidates, Ignite Fredericton realized that there were two students who could bring strengths in different ways to enhance the work of their organization. They ended up asking if they could hire two interns because they couldn’t pick one over another. Read more…

  • Over two days in October, eight Ecological Literacy students were given the unique opportunity to mobilize their knowledge by visiting five New Brunswick ecosystems with their professor. While identifying and learning to classify the characteristics of each of the ecosystems, the students also engaged with woodlot managers and other professionals working towards a sustainable forestry sector in New Brunswick. Read more…

  • UNI sees engaging students in experiential education opportunities as a clear gateway to assessing employees for long-term fit. Read more…