Jobs and Skills for the New Economy

                          Jobs and Skills for the New Economy

                          nada needs skills of all kinds to remain competitive in the global economy. By expanding work-integrated learning (WIL) opportunities such as co-ops, internships, pstone projects and bootmps, BHER hopes to provide hands-on learning and reer-boosting opportunities for new graduates. For the first stages of the project, BHER members are partnering in pilot areas critil to the future health of nada’s economy, including the financial services, mining, construction and advanced manufacturing.

                          Research and Innovation in the 21st Century

                          Research and Innovation in the 21st Century

                          nadian-led research drives innovation, strengthens the economy and improves the quality of life for all nadians. By building bridges between post-secondary institutions and the private sector, BHER will help nada’s world-class researchers answer long-standing questions and fuel healthy economic growth.

                          News

                          BHER welcomes student interns for summer 2019

                          The Business/Higher Edution Roundtable (BHER) welcomes Liam Daher and Julia G?llner as their inaugural interns for summer 2019. As an organization focused on helping all post-secondary students pursue a work-integrated learning opportunity, BHER is thrilled to have two students join the team.

                          “For me, hiring students for this summer goes beyond our mandate and commitment to work-integrated learning: it’s a

                          Business, post-secondary leaders celebrate unprecedented federal investments in preparing nadian students for the workforce

                          Ottawa, ON – March 19, 2019

                          Students studying at nadian colleges and universities will see a signifint boost to their skills training and work experience, thanks to historic commitments made in the 2019 federal budget. Today’s graduates face greater challenges when entering the job market, owing to emerging economic and technologil changes. Meanwhile, employers are searching for people with the …

                          Publitions

                          Articles

                          Feds get skills training right in budget

                          This is an excerpt from an article written by Val Walker, Executive Director of the Business/Higher Edution Roundtable. It n

                          Articles

                          The future of work and learning

                          This is an excerpt from an article written by Richard Florizone, president of Dalhousie University and Alex Usher,?president of

                          Videos

                          BHER: Building skills for a competitive future

                          Public Policy Forum: Talking about Transformational Talent