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Courage to Act Seeking Employer/ Experiential Learning Provider Participants in a Research-to-Action Project

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We are conducting the first national study looking at sexual harassment faced by post-secondary students in experiential learning. Experiential learning may include internships, practicums, field exercises, research, studio performances, co-op placements, and more. It also includes course-based research activities and projects, as well as experiential learning activities embedded in the curriculum.

We have launched a national survey this winter directed at employers/ experiential learning providers to learn about their unique needs and perspectives on sexual harassment experienced by students in environmental learning contexts. This includes people that supervise or are the primary Field Instructor contact for students participating in experiential learning opportunities at their workplace, and/or work in an environment where students participate in an experiential learning place.  You are invited to contribute to the development of resources, tools, and strategies to help address this issue by participating in our short survey. If you are interested in participating click the link to access more information about the survey: Participation in this survey is entirely voluntary and anonymous. The survey is online and should take about 15 minutes to complete.

March 27, 2023

For questions or more information, please contact the researcher, Britney De Costa at

Courage to Act is a federally-funded multi-year national initiative to address and prevent gender-based violence at post-secondary institutions in Canada. Learn more at: