Employers involved in the Co-op program are considered to be co-educators. Students can fulfill seasonal/short term needs, complete special projects, or assist the organization’s staff to perform other tasks.
Hiring a Co-op student is a cost-effective means of evaluating and screening the potential of future employees. If permanent employment opportunities arise, Co-operative Education graduates require significantly less training and may already be familiar with your organization.
Employers also have the opportunity for dialogue and the exchange of ideas, including collaborative research with University faculty. Employers can also enhance their recruitment image on campus and strengthen professional relationships through support of the program.
Students are pre-screened and appreciate the vital role Co-op employers have in their learning and career development.
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