Trinity Western University

Co-Operative Education

Benefits To Students

  • Co-op students acquire 12 to 20 months of practical work experience related to their major interests within a field of study;
  • During the program, students develop self-confidence, leadership abilities, and interpersonal and communication skills;
  • Work terms allow students to realistically evaluate interests, values, skills, educational needs, and future employment opportunities;
  • Co-op programs help to build a professional network;
  • Competitive wages paid during work terms may assist with financing educational costs.
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