Co-op Students

Co-op Program

Co-op Student Ryan Seys at Mozilla in San Francisco CaliforniaCo-operative education (co-op) is an educational model that combines academic studies with work experience. It is an opportunity to apply theory to practice and develop a meaningful view of the working world and cultivate an awareness of yourself as a professional. Employers supervise their students and evaluate their performance, and co-op coordinators monitor students’ progress on the job. Students are paid by their employers. Students in the co-operative education program will extend their time at university in order to achieve the academic credit to graduate with the co-op option for their degree program.

Location:

1400 Carleton Technology and Training Centre

613-520-4331
co-opprogram@carleton.ca
Services Offered:

  • Co-op Program Administration
  • Co-op Coordinator Offices
  • Employer Relations