Associate Director of Lassonde Co-op Program Bob Eichvald can help you with your campus recruitment strategy and additional queries.
416.736.2100 x 44072
THE LASSONDE ADVANTAGE
Diverse Talent Pool
Lassonde set itself the 50:50 Challenge to become the first engineering school in Canada to achieve a 50:50 gender balance.
There are no recruitment deadlines; we accept your postings all year with flexible work terms anywhere between 4 and 16 months long
Take advantage of a variety of funding programs and tax credits to hire co-op students.
Lassondians embrace ambiguity to design with people in mind. Our BEST program integrates business & engineering to simulate entrepreneurial engineering and encourage innovative thinking.
We facilitate the hiring process, including job postings, interview scheduling, and job offer coordination
Lassonde’s 2nd year, and 3rd year co-op and internship students are available year round for 4, 8, 12, and 16-month work-terms, in Winter, Summer, and Fall.
Hire in 3 easy steps:
For help with coordinating or scheduling, email us at email@example.com
Offer the position to your students of choice. Contact the Lassonde Co-op/ Internship team to give us verbal offer details. Our team will present the offer to the student(s) and provide you with their response within 24-48 hours.
Lassonde has designed programs that inspire our students to “work differently” by offering opportunities to encourage creativity, passion, and thinking outside the box. Entrepreneurship, social consciousness, and global citizenship are at the heart of the experience. Join 300+ organizations, companies and partners in connecting with innovative thinkers and the engineers of tomorrow.
The Lassonde Co-op/Internship program offers employers an opportunity to hire 2nd & 3rd year students for paid, full-time co-op/internship positions for durations of 4, 8, 12, or 16 months. We integrate academic learning with alternating periods of paid practical work experience where students can have the opportunity to work both domestically and globally within related fields.
Interview room booking
Liaising between employer and student
On-campus information and recruitment sessions
Job monitoring to ensure quality and safety standards
Benefit from flexible employer-to-student communication, without strict deadlines for recruitment, job postings, interviews and job offers.
Here are some recommended timelines to recruit the best talent as soon as possible:
Want to know if your position is eligible as a co-op/internship? Our team will need to verify and approve positions to ensure they meet specific co-op/internship criteria. Connect with our team to discuss your position(s) today.
Positions must be 35 – 40 hours per week
Students must receive actual remuneration equivalent or greater than the Canadian minimum wage.
Students must work a minimum of 420 hours in each 4-month work term
Positions must comply with the co-op criteria outlined by CEWIL
Family businesses who wish to hire students should contact our Co-op/Internship Team
Positions must be related to the student’s field of study