Reflecting our commitment to experiential learning and to connecting formal education with the community, our degree programs include opportunities for students to participate in community placements.
- In the Bachelor of Education (BEd) and Bachelor of Education (BEd), Technological Education, students complete a compulsory community placement in their first year
- In the Bachelor of Arts (Educational Studies) students complete compulsory community placements
- In the Master of Leadership and Community Engagement (MLCE), students complete two compulsory community placements
- Students in the Graduate Program in Education have the option to complete an independent community placement
By participating in appropriate activities designed by community organizations, students gain insights into the kinds of learning and advocacy that contribute to the well-being of our society.
Visit Frequently Asked Questions for the community practicum.
Current Students: During the designated period, select your community practicum placement from the Community Practicum Placement System (CPPS).