CO-OP Program: Student Eligibility

 

We are pleased to offer placement opportunities for environmental students through funding from 
Employment and Social Development Canada.  This Student Work-Integrated Learning (
SWILP)
CO-OP Program offers up to $5,000 in wage subsidies. Eligible employers can hire students for meaningful
environmental jobs in science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM). 

 

Become a pre-approved student and complete the following questions to determine your eligibility for the program. 

 

Personal email address (not a school email address):
Are you already a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or have refugee status?
Are you 30 years of age or younger?
Are you currently enrolled in a Canadian post-secondary institution?
Are you looking for a co-op position related to the environment or working on environmental projects?
Submit