New certificate program-experiential learning opportunities in co-operatives

The University of Saskatchewan’s Centre for the Study of Co-operatives has been awarded $100,000 from CHS Inc., the largest agricultural co-op in the United States, to develop new courses for a graduate-level certificate program that will focus on experiential learning opportunities in co-operatives. The program will be offered through the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS). This investment is part of the CHS’s $2 million University Initiative on Cooperative Education, which is also providing funding to nine American universities and organizations.

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