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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 & Setting Learning Objectives.
Site Visit Form
Completion of 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.
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