Career Services offers employment services to Niagara College students.
Co-operative education and job placement
Co-operative (Co-op) Education involves the combination of academic study with work terms. Students alternate periods of time spent in school with work experiences outside the college. Co-op paid work terms provide students with an opportunity for substantial work experience that focuses on academic and personal goals.
How do I get a co-op job?
Obtaining employment is a joint effort between the student and Career Services, and learners must meet a minimum grade in their core courses to be eligible for the work placement. Co-op Career Consultants will assist in developing job opportunities, but ultimately the student is responsible for their co-op experience. Need help or have a co-op question? Email email@example.com.
Employment listings and resources
Career Services offers job listing and job search resources through the MyCareer portal, including:
- On-campus and off-campus job listings, including full-time, part-time, seasonal and temporary
- Free resume reviews, cover letter critiques, job search coaching
- InterviewStream – Practice interviewing from the comfort of your own home!
- Downloadable and online job search resources
Visit mycareer.niagaracollege.ca for co-op information, job listings, employment resources and more.
Hire a Co-op student
If you have work which is labeled “temporary, casual, or summer”, or some other category, it would probably provide good working experience for our enthusiastic co-op students. Niagara College has a variety of co-operative education programs with paid, career-related work experience. Our co-op programs offer a win-win opportunity, with learners gaining on-the-job experience, and employers having the chance to evaluate their performance.Employ a co-op student
Hiring assistance and incentives
Finding and retaining the right employee can be challenging. Niagara College Employment and Training Solutions can assist you in the process. We offer a free job posting service, resume screening, financial incentives and more.
For the Community
Through funding from Employment Ontario, Niagara College Employment and Training Solutions offers the training and skills development need for job seekers to achieve their employment goals. They offer:
- Job listings
- Computers with internet access
- Printers, phone, photocopier and fax machine
- Online and printed resources
- Individual support through Employment Consultants to help explore your employment needs
Niagara College Alumni: If you have graduated in the last 2 years you can also access job postings through your MyCareer account supported by Niagara College’s Career Services team.