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Arts and Social Sciences Co-op connects students to a diverse range of job opportunities and employers. Developing practical and professional skills, building a network of contacts and references, and gaining valuable job search and interview tools and experience – that’s the Co-op advantage.
The skills and abilities that Arts and Social Sciences students are known for – from critical thinking and communications, to research and analysis - are highly-regarded by managers and organizations in all sectors. With Co-op, you’ll be exploring career options, earning a competitive income and building your resume before you graduate.
If you’re ready to apply, click the button below to complete your online co-op application. The Prospective Students section has important eligibility and program information to know before you apply.
Looking to hire an Arts & Social Sciences student? Click the button below to learn more information.
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Co-op Student Stage
What Co-op stage are you at? Select the one that applies to you:
"As a criminology student trying to figure out my future career path, I decided to look at my options before I graduate and try Co-op. I was able to go out of my comfort zone and gain experience in a wide-range of jobs related to my field. I am thankful to the Co-op coordinators for providing quality support and helping me achieve my goal of working for a federal government agency."
- Matthew M., Criminology Major, Psych Minor. Three Co-op terms in not-for-profit sector and federal government
Revised for the coming week. Please see below for details:
- Monday September 26th, 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM, in-person AQ 3082 or by phone (Heather Keeping - 778-782-4897)
- Thursday September 29th, 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM, in-person AQ 3027 or by phone (Greig Baird - 778-782-5954)
Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any inquiries outside of the above drop in hours or to request an appointment with a coordinator. Provide a couple of date and time options and whether you would prefer a phone video meeting. We will check our schedule and reply to you with a confirmed appointment date and time.