Co-operative Education / Integrated Work Program student information session

The Faculty of Architecture’s Co-op/I Program is designed to complement and enrich academic programs with work experience. The summer work terms provide students with practical experience, assistance in financing their education, and guidance for future career specialization.
This optional program is open to Faculty of Architecture students in good standing, in any option, who have completed 85 credit hours toward a University degree. This includes students in ED3/4, AMP1/2, and any Master’s level.
This information session will provide an overview of the Co-op/I Program for students, including:

  • Benefits & Responsibilities
  • Eligibility
  • Schedule (Application deadline: Nov. 15, 2021)
  • Application Process
  • Job Opportunities

The session will also include reflections and suggestions from students who successfully secured Co-op/I work terms in summer 2021.

To learn more about the program, students are encouraged to visit the Co-op/I website.
Presented by:

Lisa Landrum, Associate Dean (Research) and Academic Liaison for the Co-op/I program.

Corrine Klekta, Co-op/I Program Coordinator, Awards and Student Services.

Madeleine Dafoe (M.L. A. student), summer work with Little Bluestem Landscape Architecture

Carmen Huang (M.I.D. student), summer work term with Holz Custom Prefab.

Kevin Jo (M.Arch student), summer work term with ft3 Architecture Landscape Interior Design


Read more about co-op student experiences