Working Students

You’ve done it! You’ve secured a Co-op work term. Congrats! Your hard work and preparation paid off. Now what?

Co-op is an educational program linking your academic studies with your personal and professional development.  You’ll want to complete these educational components throughout your work term (yes, they’re required):

Setting Learning Objectives

Updating your placement details in myExperience and setting learning objectives.

Completing Site Visit Document

Completing your Site Visit form on myExperience once your site visit has been arranged.

Site Visit with Co-op Coordinator

Participating in a Site Visit with the assigned Co-op Coordinator.

End of term documents:
Supervisor Evaluation, Student Evaluation, updated Resume, Work Report

Ensuring your end of work term documents are done by set deadlines. This applies to each semester you are on co-op:

  • Student Evaluation of work term
  • Supervisor Evaluation
  • Assigned Work Term Reports/Oral Presentation