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Dalhousie University’s Faculty of Agriculture Joins Outcome Campus Connect

Posted by stephanie rogers on February 16, 2021 in News

The Dalhousie University Faculty of Agriculture is expanding its support for students and recent graduates by joining Outcome Campus connect (OCC). This partnership will bring even more meaningful experiential learning, skill development and job opportunities to students and recent graduates - remotely, when its needed most.

Joining the OCC platform is a natural fit for Dalhousie University’s Faculty of Agriculture, as students and graduates who pursue higher learning at the institution are studying in very niche fields like animal science and aquaculture, business and social sciences, international food business, engineering, plant, food, and environmental sciences.

By joining the platform, Dalhousie University’s Faculty of Agriculture is embodying its longstanding mission to design higher learning delivery supportive of their students’ futures – connecting students and industry, and industry and students.

“We are excited to join Outcome Campus Connect, specifically in light of the current circumstances. We look forward to working with students as they engage with potential work-integrated learning opportunities and job placements," said Joy Galloway-Jones, Instructor/Manager, WIL Programs.  "Having this wealth of opportunity in one convenient location is exactly what we need to continue to be student centered.”

Partnerships within the higher education community expand OCC’s support for students and recent graduates. An integrated platform, employers seeking student talent reach potential employees with higher levels of specificity, directly reflective of each student’s post-secondary journey and opportunity-seeking students receive a free feed of skill development and job openings that are relevant to their pursuits and hopeful careers.

“We’re thrilled to be working with Dalhousie University's Faculty of Agriculture to bring more opportunities to their students and graduates. As an institution, they are a leader in their field with a longstanding history of experiential learning delivery. We know this integration is particularly beneficial, given their students niche fields of study and elevated current reliance on remotely, digitally available opportunities.”

To learn more about OCC, connect with Natalie Nitsopoulos, Director of Outcome Campus Connect, at Orbis,

To learn more about Dalhousie University’s Faculty of Agriculture, connect with Joy Galloway-Jones,