Pre-Departure and Outreach Innovations for Accessibility and Inclusion: Integrating eLearning Tools, Experiential Learning and Student Ambassadors

This project focuses on the improvement of targeted outreach and training for students from equity deserving communities, to ensure increased awareness of, and preparedness for, international study and work experiences that are key to obtaining workplace skills and intercultural competencies. 

Underrepresented students — in particular Indigenous students, low-income students and students with disabilities — who have participated in study or work abroad, will be hired to lead the outreach and will develop a tailored outreach plan based on their communities’ specific needs. The team will collaborate with TMU’s Live Actor Simulation team to co-create scenarios and integrate them into our virtual and in-person training activities. 

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