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What Workplace Education can do for you:


  • Students gain a well-rounded education, enriched by the practical application of classroom learning to help develop their careers
  • Co-op and internship placements are paid which helps students with their educational costs
  • Co-op students gain relevant pre-employment skills, including job search, interview and résumé preparation
  • Networking opportunities are greatly enhanced through work terms



  • Conform to all of the conditions and rules that apply to employees in the organization
  • Adhere to all of the requirements as agreed in the WIL’s Terms of Agreement document


  • Set goals and outcomes for learning at the workplace
  • Participate in work site visits with the WIL Coordinator


  • Exercise ethical workplace conduct and follow all required safety procedures
  • Work on enhancing their academic, professional and personal skills
  • Accept feedback and suggestions for improvement in a positive manner
  • Resolve any problems or issues that may arise at the workplace in a prompt, professional manner


  • Advise the employer and their Co-op Coordinator of any concerns with their work assignment or environment as soon as issues arise