For ALL external employers hiring SFU Co-op students

Benefits of qualifying your Fall 2021 or Spring 2022 student employment opportunity as a Co-op work term:

JOB DESCRIPTION HELP

SFU WIL (Work Integrated Learning) will review your job description to ensure it meets Co-op requirements.

WAGE SUBSIDY SUBMISSION

Qualified Co-op work terms may be submitted by your organization to SWPP federal funding partner for up to 70% of the student's salary.

STACKABLE GRANTS

Stackable grants: SWPP federal funds can be added to other non-federal funding sources, up to a max of 100% of the Co-op student wage.  

Does your job qualify as a Co-op work term for Summer 2021?

SFU Co-op has introduced temporary flexible COVID-19 measures to accommodate employment needs during Summer 2021.
To qualify, your job must be:

RELATED TO STUDIES

Work to be related to a students' academic program.

FLEXIBLE

Minimum of 280 hours, can be part time and have a delayed start date

SUPERVISED REMOTELY OR WITH SAFETY MEASURES IN PLACE

Student can work remotely but must be supervised.

Supervisor required to discuss the student's work term with the Co-op Program.

REGISTERED AS CO-OP

Student must register the employment opportunity as a co-op work term.