Topic: Unpacking Interns' Workplace Learning
Many students pursue engineering internships to develop their skills in a workplace setting. These experiences can be challenging and formative. But how do they contribute to student professional development? What factors contribute to or impede this development? How can organizations enhance their internship programs to enable early-career engineers to grow? We will explore these questions at the Seventh Conference on the Leader-Engineer through interactive activities and workshops.
Staying true to the ethos of the Community of Practice, you can expect a structured and dynamic set of interactions with an exceptional group of participants: a diverse mix of engineers, managers, and human resource professionals from the nine partners of the CoP; engineering students from leadership programs and courses; and the faculty and staff from ILead and U of T who make these initiatives happen.
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