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The U of L Co-operative Education program was the first business co-op program in Alberta and, since then, has grown to involve more than 100 employers and 300 Management students each year. It is designed to bring both employers and students together for their mutual benefit. Co-op placements offer students paid, full-time work with top employers in their field of study, and employers gain an effective recruiting strategy for future permanent employees. http://www.uleth.ca/management/
Cooperative education is an important hands-on experience for students that can pave the way for a future career. As a parent, help your student find his/her best co-op by learning more about RIT’s co-op program goals and objectives, how the co-op job search is conducted and what supportive role you can play as a parent. Presenter: Manny Contomanolis, PhD, senior associate vice president enrollment management and career services Manny has more than 35 years of experience in higher education and experiential learning and is active as a speaker, consultant and author. He is past president of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) and a member of the NACE Academy of Fellows. He is the recipient of several awards and honors including recognition as one of the 10 most innov...
Our co-op department provides a transitional bridge between high school and the working world. This video highlights 4 students who have recently earned credits towards their high school diplomas, while getting on the job training that benefited themselves and their placement employers. Contact Mrs. Brophy or Mr. Friesen at Governor Simcoe 905-934-4006 x 62173 if you are a business in the St. Catharines area and are interested in learning more about our high school co-operative program. Here is a link to the Governor Simcoe's Co-operative Education Courses http://www.govsimcoe.org/index.php/academics/co-operative-education Governor Simcoe Secondary School is located in St. Catharines, Ontario. Students refer to the school as "Our House" as we take great pride in the people and the ...
Learn about the Cooperative Education and Career Development services offered at Stevens. Students and faculty discuss the successful outcomes that thousands of Stevens students have had utilizing this program. For more information please visit our web site: http://www.stevens.edu
Connor Christensen is a junior majoring in Elementary Education at Wichita State University. Connor is a Reading Intervention Para Educator for Wichita Public Schools. This is his third co-op position through the Office of Cooperative Education and Internships.