Sihwa Kim

Policy + Research Intern

Sihwa joined the BII+E team as a summer intern with a keen interest in exploring inclusive innovation, immigration, precarious work, gender and race inequality.

In 2018, Sihwa graduated with distinctions from the University of Toronto with a BA in Sociology, Criminology and Socio-legal Studies. This year, she is expected to complete her MA Sociology with a specialization in program and policy evaluation at the University of Western Ontario.

Sihwa previously worked as a research assistant for the University of Toronto and as a research trainee at City of Toronto Employment and Social Services (Ontario Works).


4 Contributions


Sep 17, 2020

To determine the best way to support workers looking to transition careers, we begin by listening to their first-hand experiences. Learn how we're undertaking this work remotely amidst COVID-19.
How to Conduct Research Remotely during a Pandemic

Sep 1, 2020

Did you know that we have an annual internship program? Hear from Sihwa, our Policy + Research intern, about her experience this summer at BII+E.
My (Virtual) Summer Internship: Sihwa’s blog

Aug 18, 2020

Although tech workers have proven to be more resilient than others during the COVID-19 economic downturn, the scale and scope of economic recovery vary across different demographic groups
Are Tech Jobs More Pandemic-Proof?

Jul 3, 2019

A new model for identifying the pathways available to connect displaced workers with employers experiencing talent gaps
Job Pathways: From theory to practice
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