Successful co-ops benefit both the employer and the employee. Companies see the value of investing more time and resources to participate in co-op programs because it provides them with an efficient way to cultivate future employees and weed out the undesirables.
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Benefits for Employers
Train and develop promising young students in the operation of your firm
Maintain a regular flow of qualified talent, available year-round
Free high-salaried workers from confining but necessary tasks allowing them to devote more time to creative work
Contribute to the enrichment of education
Create close ties and better communication with the University
What students expect
Students are looking for a rewarding experience that allows them to apply what they've learned in class.
What you expect
You expect highly motivated students who