NEIA has partnered with both Memorial University and the College of the North Atlantic to promote and facilitate co-operative work placements for students with environmental sector businesses in Newfoundland and Labrador. Co-op work placements help grow interest and capacity in the environmental sector, as well as provide firms with fresh ideas and and added resources. Click the icons below to view information on each partnership.
NEIA and Memorial University have partnered to promote and facilitate co-operative education within the environmental sector in Newfoundland and Labrador. By employing a co-op student for a semester, businesses in the sector have the opportunity to increase their outputs, acquire energy and expertise in specific operational areas, and build connections within the university community.
Memorial University has a variety of programs which feature co-operative education components. It may surprise you what students from these programs can bring to the table for your organization. Did you know:
And more! Read on to learn more about what co-operative students can do for you.
A Memorial University internship can provide significant value for your organization:
The objectives of the work term are to further students’ technical and professional skills. They develop:
In the co-operative partnership between student, employer and the university, employers are asked to provide:
There are a number of programs from which you can select a student from. In some cases, it may not be obvious how students of a certain discipline can help your business, so be sure to click on each program to get a better idea of the area of study for the student, the type of work assignments appropriate for them, how they will be evaluated, and how they can improve your business.
|Master of Environmental Science|
|Master of Science in Computer Science|
|Master of Arts in Folklore|
|Master of Political Science|
|Master of Applied Social Psychology|
To find out more about Co-Operative education opportunities, including:
… enter your contact information and a representative from NEIA or Memorial University’s Division of Co-operative Education will contact you to answer your questions:
The College of the North Atlantic is thrilled to invite the members of NEIA to participate in its Co-operative Education program. Students enrolled in Co-op at the College have a wide range of engineering skills in the technical, academic and personal management areas.
Employers, students, and the College all benefit greatly from the Co-op experience, but the true success of the program depends greatly upon the contribution of each participant to the partnership. As a Co-op employer, you are a valued partner in the education process and some of the benefits of hiring a student include:
The members of the Co-operative Education Team are actively looking to place students for the programs listed below. To receive credit for the placement, a student must work for a minimum of 12 weeks and a maximum of 16 weeks from May to August, at a salary determined by the employer.
To find out more about participating in Co-operative Education with the College of the North Atlantic, including:
… enter your contact information and a representative from NEIA or the College of the North Atlantic will contact you to answer your questions: