CEWIL Canada continues to play a crucial role in disseminating program information about Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC)'s Student Work Placement Program (SWPP) delivery programs to post-secondary educations across the country. The strategic partnerships between CEWIL and the below SWPP providers further fosters student recruitment opportunities through Canadian universities, colleges, and polytechnics through co-op and work-integrated learning (WIL) programs. 

You can read the full press release on the below partnerships here.

A Town Hall with all of our partners was held on October 18, 2021 - you can view the presentation from this here.

To learn more about SWPP Partnership opportunities, or to become a CEWIL SWPP partner, please contact us at [email protected].



BioTalent Canada supports the people behind life-changing science.
Trusted as the go-to source for labour market intelligence,
BioTalent Canada guides bio-economy stakeholders with evidence-based
data and industry-driven standards. BioTalent Canada is focused on igniting
the industry’s brainpower, bridging the gap between job-ready talent and
employers, and ensuring the long-term agility, resiliency, and sustainability
of one of Canada’s most vital sectors.

Our Mission: strengthen Canada’s bio-economy by providing valuable,
evidence-based labour market information and the best job-ready human
resources available.
Our Values: Acting in partnership we harness our candor, enthusiasm and
sincerity to demonstrate leadership, credibility, integrity and diversity.


The Canadian Council for Aviation and Aerospace (CCAA) is the
only national association in the country dedicated to attracting
and developing workers with the skills the Canadian aviation and
aerospace industry needs to meet the demands of the current and future



ECO Canada is a steward for the Canadian environmental workforce
across all industries. From job creation and wage funding to training
and labour market research—they champion the end-to-end career of an
environmental professional. ECO Canada aims to promote and drive
responsible, sustainable economic growth while ensuring environmental
care and best practice are a priority.



Electricity Human Resources Canada (EHRC) primary role is is leading the electricity industry in building and empowering a world-class workforce of tomorrow. As a national non-profit we are an unbiased convenor of stakeholders that work together to ensure that we have a workforce that is safety-focused, innovative, and inclusive.



For more than a quarter-century, EMC — the Excellence in Manufacturing
Consortium — has grown to become Canada's largest manufacturing collective.
With over one thousand industry events held annually, EMC is one of the
most active manufacturing organizations in North America.
Over the past 25 years, EMC has contributed significant knowledge, expertise,
and resources towards the success of Canadian manufacturers, and its
total reach extends beyond 13,000 businesses, 40,000 employers, and
600,000 employees throughout each province.

Founded in the mid-1980's and incorporated as a not-for-profit
organization in 1997, EMC hosts events in over 60 regions and across more
than 450 communities. Offering a broad range of instructional programs
and services, EMC helps manufacturers to lower costs, develop
competitive advantages, and strengthen operational efficiencies, alleviating complexities and maximizing productivity.



Funded by the Government of Canada under the Student Work Placement
Program (SWPP), Accueillez un stagiaire is an initiative implemented by
the FCCQ throughout Quebec's 17 administrative regions, in partnership with
local chambers of commerce as well as AXTRA, the Alliance des centres-conseils
en emploi, CEGEPs and Québec universities.

Accueillez un stagiaire is open to all Francophone and Anglophone Quebec
businesses, regardless of size, sector or administrative region.
More than 4000 grants will be awarded for the fall 2021 and winter 2022 sessions.



The Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) is a neutral, not-for-profit national center of expertise with the mission of strengthening Canada's digital advantage in the global economy. For over 30 years, and with a team of 110 experts, ICTC has delivered forward-looking research, practical policy advice, and capacity building solutions for individuals and businesses. The organization’s goal is to ensure that technology is utilized to drive economic growth and innovation and that Canada's workforce remains competitive on a global scale.

Le Conseil des technologies de l'information et des communications (CTIC) est un centre d'expertise national neutre et sans but lucratif dont la mission est de renforcer l'avantage numérique du Canada dans l'économie mondiale. Depuis plus de 30 ans, et avec une équipe de 110 spécialistes, le CTIC fournit des recherches prospectives, des conseils stratégiques pratiques et des solutions de développement des capacités pour les personnes et les entreprises. L'organisation vise à s'assurer que la technologie est utilisée pour stimuler la croissance économique et l'innovation et que la main-d'oeuvre canadienne demeure concurrentielle à l'échelle mondiale.



Magnet is a digital social innovation platform founded at Ryerson University.
Magnet’s mission is to accelerate inclusive economic growth for all in
Canada by advancing careers, businesses and communities. The Magnet
Network includes all relevant stakeholders involved in fostering economic
growth and opportunity, including community partners, employers,
post-secondary job boards, and job seekers across Canada.

Magnet est une plateforme d’innovation sociale numérique créée
à l’Université Ryerson. Magnet s’est donné comme mission d’accélérer
la croissance économique inclusive pour l’ensemble de la population
canadienne par l’avancement des carrières, des entreprises et des
collectivités. Le réseau de Magnet englobe tous les acteurs qui
contribuent à la croissance économique et favorisent la création de
possibilités, y compris les partenaires communautaires, les employeurs,
les sites d’affichage d’emplois postsecondaires et les chercheurs
d’emploi à l’échelle du Canada.



Tourism HR Canada is a pan-Canadian organization with a mandate
aimed at building a world-leading tourism workforce.
Tourism HR Canada facilitates, coordinates, and enables human
resource development activities that support a globally competitive
and sustainable industry and foster the development of a
dynamic and resilient workforce.

Its Propel Student Work Placement Program showcases the
value of engaging, paid work-integrated learning opportunities in
the travel, tourism, and hospitality sector—for students, employers,
and academic institutions alike.



Trucking HR is a national non-profit organization
focusing on advancing modern HR solutions for the
trucking and logistics workforce. We deliver evidence-based
HR solutions that:

  • Define occupations and skills requirements for
    modern trucking and logistics operations
  • Provide accurate, timely, and relevant labour
    market information that supports employers; educates
    the general public; and, informs government on
    industry needs
  • Explore and share industry specific best practices
    on HR and training
  • Provide forums for gathering and exchanging
  • knowledge on emerging HR issues
  • Inform practical and innovative HR tools and supports
    for employers
  • Promote the trucking and logistics industry as a great
    place to work

The SWPP program works to increase the job-readiness
of students registered in various transportation, logistics
and supply chain related programs at Canadian
post-secondary institutions.



As a national charity, Venture for Canada is on a mission to foster the
entrepreneurial skills and mindsets of young Canadians. Their vision is a
Canada where young people can equitably realize their entrepreneurial
potential to build the most prosperous place in the world.