ECO Canada is pleased to offer the Student Work-Integrated Learning Program (SWILP) a Co-op Placement Program through funding from Employment and Social Development Canada.
The SWILP Co-op Program offers eligible employers up to $5,000 in wage subsidies to hire students for meaningful environmental placements in science, technology, engineering, mathematics or business within the environmental sector. Placements must be between 6-16 weeks in duration.
Complete the questions below if you are a Post Secondary Institution with a Co-op Program that you feel would be a fit for the SWILP program. An ECO Canada SWILP team member will contact you within 10 business days to discuss next steps.