Co-operative Education Programs are offered through various educational institutes, typically through degree programs at universities, and diploma programs at community colleges.
All co-operative education students are required to alternate their academic studies with paid co-op work terms. This will help students clarify their career direction, and assist in developing their confidence in their skills and abilities.
The training and experience co-op students receive on work terms, combined with their academic knowledge, prepares them for the workforce after graduation.
Work term schedules are determined by the co-op program, and should meet the needs of the students and employer.
Manitoba Hydro supports various co-op programs by offering paid work terms directly related to the student's academic studies.
Students must be registered in a Co-operative Educational Program through their school. All students must also register with STEP Services.
An invitation to apply may be posted at your school, or resumes may be organized through your co-op program coordinator. Manitoba Hydro communicates directly with the educational institution to ensure the opportunity meets the requirements of the co-op program.
You may also send your resume to email@example.com to express your interest in a co-op work term. Selected applicants must provide a job description to their educational institution to ensure it meets the requirements of the co-op program.
Manitoba Hydro will review applications, interviews students and select suitable applicants.
Co-op Program Coordinator