Arts Co-operative Education Program
Help spread the word about co-operative education.
The co-op program relies on faculty to help raise student awareness of the program and to promote the value of adding relevant experience to an undergraduate degree. Co-op coordinators are happy to do brief classroom presentations to provide program details to your students.
Consult with co-op coordinators for an understanding of the program, from process to opportunities, in order to promote student participation
Facilitate class discussions and conversations that allow students to articulate their program knowledge as it would apply in the workplace
Discuss with students how a co-op designation, indicating 12 months of work experience, will add value to their degree and help them stand out
Become a member of the University of Calgary Co-op/Internship Advisory Board (Contact a co-op coordinator for more details)
Suggest industry contacts that the co-op coordinators can follow up for potential co-op opportunities
Promote co-op as a means to attract students and enhance the university's profile
The co-op education office is located in the Arts Students' Centre, on the first floor of the Social Sciences building.
Social Sciences 102
University of Calgary
2500 University Dr. NW, Calgary, AB
8:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. &
1 - 4:30 p.m.