Co-operative Education is a two-way link between classroom achievement and the workplace application of knowledge. Redeemer University has successfully offered Co-op work terms for more than twenty years.
Students who graduate from co-operative education programs are more readily hired and integrated into the workplace.
The benefits to employers include the ability to discover the talent for eventual, full-time hiring and access to a high-quality workforce for short-term projects and workload balancing.
The Centre supports both the student and employer in multiple ways to make success possible through Co-op work terms. We post jobs on a secure website and connect employers with highly motivated, top-performing students.
Redeemer’s Co-operative Education programs are accredited by Co-operative Education and Work-Integrated Learning Canada (CEWIL).
“Our Redeemer co-op students have demonstrated confidence, professionalism, and an eagerness to learn. They’ve risen to the occasion when asked to take on new work assignments.”
Rachel Doyle, CPA, CMA, Senior Credit Solutions Manager