The successful recruitment of co-operative education students depends upon the collective activities of three parties – the interested employer, the co-op student, and the associated educational institution. All participants must adhere to Provincial and Federal legislation in their recruitment and employment practices. However, the Canadian Association for Co-operative Education supports additional guidelines concerning recruiting ethics that support the development of a mutually beneficial and fair process for all concerned.
Download a complete copy of CAFCE's Recruiting Ethics - Employer, Student, Institution (PDF Acrobat Reader).
Learn more about the Canadian Association for Co-operative Education (CAFCE).
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