Co-operative Education is offered at several campuses and provides the opportunity for students to learn on-the-job, by combining regularly scheduled periods of academic studies with paid, work experience.
For admission requirements, refer to the NBCC Calendar.
The co-op staff provides information to assist students in developing job search skills. This information supplements communications courses that teach letter writing, resume writing and interview skills. Co-op work terms expose students to situations that help develop both their interpersonal and technical skills as well as a good work ethic. Students graduating with a co-op diploma already possess the related work experience that is required by many employers.
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