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Co-operative Education is the best and most recognized way for students of many disciplines to graduate with relevant work experience and avoid the no-job-no-experience cycle. With a co-op education, students have the opportunity to build learning partnerships with industry and obtain 12-16 months of paid, professional work experience to use as 3 credits toward your degree.
By joining our program, you are investing in yourself and your future. By the time you are ready to enter the workforce, you are more experienced, more prepared, and more confident.
Co-operative Education is an educational model rather than a job placement strategy. Co-op Education promotes continuous learning through the integration of classroom and applied work-based learning.
Co-operative Education is a learning partnership between the student, the university and the employer. The student alternates periods of experience in appropriate fields of business, industry, government, social services and the professions and academic studies.
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