Student - SEED - Co-op Work Term
This Program utilizes wage reimbursements to help provincial departments employ students in post-secondary co-operative education programs. As a co-op student, you can be employed for eight to 16 weeks to earn income, gain valuable work experience and fulfill the academic requirements of your co-op program.
A participant must:
- be currently enrolled in a recognized college or university co-operative education program
- be referred to the employer by a college or university
The work term must:
- be with a provincial government department or agency, school district, or hospital corporation
- begin and end within the term of January, April or September
SEED-Co-op Work Term is delivered year round to accommodate students who must do their work practicum during any given term. The terms are from January to April, from May to August, and from September to December. The length of a placement will be determined by the individual co-operative program description up to a maximum of 16 weeks.
Students must register through the normal process with the institution's recognized Co-operative Education Program. They will be referred to employers directly from the university or college they are attending.