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by Phoenix McDonald.
Many students head into university with the goal of one day being a CEO or owning their own business. Enterprise Co-op, or E Co-op for short, allows students to become their own boss and build the foundations of a company instead of working for another business. Muni Abdurrahman, a fourth year Psychology and Business student, immediately knew that E Co-op was the opportunity he had been looking for. Muni had thought of innovative business ideas in the past, but lacked the time to implement them prior to E Co-op.
By Samantha Johns, WatCACE/GreenHouse Co-op Program Coordinator
Experiential education plays a critical role in the development of career-ready undergraduate students. To provide more opportunities for experiential education, the St. Paul’s GreenHouse and the WatCACE research team have re-launched the GreenHouse co-op pilot, run previously in the Winter of 2014.
Learn about the great partnership between Waterloo Cases Design Engineering (WCDE) and Co-operative Education by watching the below video: