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Feb. 7, 2023Print | PDF
The Co-op Office wants to help you recruit students.
Please contact your co-op coordinator by email for assistance, using our staff directory, or send an email to email@example.com.
We look forward to helping you recruit co-op students. Please send a job description by email to your co-op co-ordinator or to firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know whether you are recruiting for spring, fall, or winter.
Are there any funding programs?
Yes; please see our funding page for information about funding programs, including the Student Work Placement Program and the Ontario Co-operative Education Tax Credit.
Please note in job descriptions whether students will be working remotely, on site, or a combination of the two.
Please outline your organization's vaccine requirements in your job description.
Do you have any tips on training and supervising students remotely?
Many co-op students are scheduled to work on site. Some are working remotely, or in a hybrid of on site and remote. Here are some tips for training and supervising students remotely:
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