Since various school subjects teach knowledge and skills that often apply to the real world, the Co-operative Education Program allows students to earn course credits by attending a work placement rather than a classroom.
Co-op placement hours can even count towards an apprenticeship. Every year, co-op students are registered as apprentices through the Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program. Often, a successful student placement can even lead to payed employment.
To learn more about Almaguin’s Co-op Program, contact Arndt Rosilius – Co-op Teacher at 705 493-7088 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Almaguin would like to thank the following local employers for supporting our Co-op Program this semester: