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Feb. 15, 2017 Co-op and the U.S. immigration reform

NOTE: The information below was last updated on Wednesday, February 15, 2017.

A message from Peggy Jarvie, Associate Provost, Co-operative & Experiential Education

Feb. 1, 2017 WaterlooWorks receives 200k+ job applications in first month

Main round co-op interviews are officially underway in the Tatham Centre (TC). The halls of TC will be filled with thousands of students and employers for the next six weeks, with the highest volume of interviews taking place in the next four weeks.

This term also marks the first time most students and employers are using WaterlooWorks, the University’s new employment administration system that replaced JobMine in January. This is the first major system upgrade to the co-op employment process in 12 years.

Jan. 25, 2017 Kinesiology students make an impact in the workplace

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Discover the positive impact Waterloo Kinesiology students can have on an organization! Professor Andrew Laing from the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences (AHS) explains how Waterloo Kin students are equipped to help employers in areas like physiology, biomechanics or neuroscience. Produced as a collaboration between Co-operative Education & Career Action (CECA) and AHS, this new video aims to highlight the unique skill set that Kin students bring to their co-op work terms.