This website was developed by UBC Health with funding from BC Campus and the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Training through the Association for Co-operative Education and Work-Integrated Learning (ACE-WIL) BC/Yukon.

We are grateful to live, work, and be in relationships with people in community on the unceded, ceded, and traditional territories of 203 First Nations and 38 Métis chartered communities, each possessing their own unique traditions and history on the land that we refer to as British Columbia. We are honoured to live on this land and are committed to reconciliation, decolonization, and building relationships in our communities and schools.


UBC Health works under the auspices of the Office of the Vice-President, Health. It enables and enhances interprofessional and collaborative health education and research to train people, develop knowledge, and shape policyseeking to address inequities and improve the systems that produce health. UBC Health advances these aims by promoting and facilitating equitable collaborations across disciplines and faculties at UBC’s Vancouver and Okanagan campuses, as well as with communities, institutions, and government organizations across BC.    

BCcampus is a publicly funded organization that uses information technology to connect the expertise, programs, and resources of all BC post-secondary institutions under a collaborative service delivery framework. It provided valued services to institutions, ensuring BC learners, educators, and administrators get the best, most effective technologies and services for their learning and teaching needs.


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The Association for Co-operative Education and Work-Integrated Learning (ACE-WIL) BC/Yukon is a non-for-profit comprised of post-secondary, publicly-funded institutions in the BC/Yukon region that offer co-operative education and work-integrated learning programs.