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Co-operative Education Pays: Earn while you learn in the workforce and validate your career choice.

Since 1982, the experience Sault College co-op students gain during work terms has played a vital role in the development and success of many of our graduates. Co-op students tend to be more successful in securing employment upon graduation. In fact, some are hired by their co-op employers.

Partners in Career Development & Training:

Students, co-op educators, faculty, and employers are partners in this educational process which integrates classroom study with paid on-the-job work experience. Co-op work terms bridge academic semesters with opportunities to apply knowledge and skills gained through studies. All Co-op work terms are considered formal academic experiences with defined learning objectives, academic direction and evaluation.

Goals of Co-operative Education:

  • Provide opportunities for students to learn and apply job search skills.
  • Enable students to develop a network of employer contacts.
  • Expose students to the realities of the workplace in their chosen field.
  • Provide quality work experience where students can apply their knowledge and skills.
  • Assist employers by providing well-trained, enthusiastic Co-op students.

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  • Culinary Management

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  • Civil Engineering Technician

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  • Adventure Recreation and Parks Technician
  • Fish & Wildlife Conservation Technician
  • Forestry Technician - Conservation
  • Natural Environment Technician – Conservation and Management
  • Natural Environment Technologist – Conservation and Management

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