(co-op work term January – April)
Seneca students offer top calibre, effective writing and communication skills. They have the he ability to understand and explain how things work and have an affinity for technology. These students have the skills needed to make a valuable contribution to your organization and have academic credentials in sciences, technology, humanities and the arts.
What students learn:
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Co-operative Education works as a three-way educational partnership with Seneca, you and the student.
Our goals are to provide skilled, enthusiastic and productive employees to meet your specific needs, and to give our students maximum opportunity to apply classroom studies in meaningful work placements.
The Ontario Co-op Tax Credit of up to $3.000.00 is available to an employer hiring a coop student: http://www.rev.gov.on.ca/en/credit/cetc