The Co-Operative Education program at Loyola provides you with an opportunity to test a possible future career through a work placement, and develop the appropriate knowledge, skills and attitudes for success in the world of work. Co op is a two credit course that runs each semester for two periods. Students will do an in class session for 2 weeks before going out to work at their preferred placement. They will then complete 200 hours over the semester in order to obtain two secondary school credits through experience at a work station. Anyone interested should see me (Mr. Sebben) in the co op office to get more info.
Some of our most recent placements include:
-safety village for police -veterinary clinic
-pharmacy -day care centres
-dental assistant -culinary (cora’s, mo’s, taste, holiday Inn)
-automotive -senior residence (waterford, chartwell)
-law firm -physiotherapy clinics
-accountant -drama (innovative Acting)
-hospital -media (cogeco, chill media)
-aerospace engineering -art gallery
-riding academy (silverspring farm) -construction, home decor
-Gear music store
-retail (national sports, staples, toys r us, footlocker, hockey life)
-fitness (goodlife, sports academy)
If you want it, we can find it!