Whakarongo ki te tangi a te manu nei a te mātūī.
Tui tui tui tuia.
Tuia i runga, tuia i raro
Tuia i roto, tuia i waho.
Tuia te taura here i a tāua te tangata
ki te whaiao ki te ao mārama
Whakamaua kia tina! TINA!
Haumi e, hui e! TĀIKI E!
Listen to the sound of this bird, the
Lash, stitch, weave together
Weave above and below
Weave inside and outside
Weave the cord which ties people together
Into the world of light and understanding
Positive affirmation by all
United in our endeavour
Work-Integrated Learning New Zealand (WILNZ) is a not-for-profit, incorporated society that brings together a network of people involved in Work-Integrated Learning (WIL).
Our membership includes individuals and institutions around New Zealand who facilitate WIL experiences in many different forms. WIL embraces all forms of experiential learning utilized by educational institutions and industry to prepare the next generation of global professionals. It can be reflected by different terminology, such as work placements, work-based learning, cooperative education, internships, semester in industry, international co-op exchanges, study abroad, clinical rotations, service learning and community service.
We bring together our network of colleagues through webinars, discussions and online communications. We support and publish research in WIL and provide guidelines for institutions with WIL programmes. We have links with overseas WIL networks. We host an annual conference to bring our network together to present research and good practice.
WACE International Research Symposium 2022 : Call for abstracts is now Open The WACE 4th International Research Symposium will be held from August 31, 2022 to September 2, 2022 at Kanazawa Institute of Technology Japan. The Symposium will be held both in person and...
The 2020 AGM instituted the award of Fellow of WILNZ. This award is for outstanding academic contribution to the Work-Integrated Learning community on recommendation from the Executive Board of Work-Integrated Learning New Zealand Inc and approved at a General...
Dr Jenny Fleming, from Auckland University of Technology, and our current President, was recently awarded the Ralph. W. Tyler Award by the Cooperative Education and Internship Association, of the United States. This award recognises outstanding and distinguished...