Students enrolled in the School of Computer Technology’s postgraduate programs are required to complete a Co-op or Experiential Learning work term in their final semester. To provide the most relevant and meaningful work experiences for both students and industry, our Field Education Team is on hand to prepare students, post jobs and manage all documentation as part of the placement process, including student assessments, insurance forms and documentation required for tax credits* and/or wage subsidies**
Co-op and Experiential Learning opportunities are available to students in the following programs:
- Information Systems Business Analysis (T405)
- Health Informatics (T402)
- Applied A.I. Solutions Development (T431)
- Mobile Application Development & Strategy (T440)
- Blockchain Development (T175)
Co-op Education = A Win-Win-Win Situation
As an employer, take advantage of George Brown College’s support where we prepare our students for their assignment, post job descriptions, schedule interviews and management of all documentation, including tax credit letters. You will be giving students valuable opportunities to be productive, professional, and accountable by applying classroom learning and any previous work experience to their co-op term. Field Education partners provide program-related, hands-on learning experience. Your guidance and feedback will help students while they work.
Let us help you find the ideal candidates for your project or organization
From traditional co-op work terms to innovative research projects, our postgraduate students are prepared to hit the ground running and help your organization excel. For more information on how to engage our students, please contact Tyanne Fluke at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416-415-5000 ext. 6898. We look forward to hearing from you.
*Tax credits are only available for co-op students hired from the Information Systems Business Analysis (T405) and Health Informatics (T402) programs.
**Wage subsidies are available through the Government of Canada’s Student Work Placement Program or through Mitacs Accelerate program.