Co-operative Education Office

A Winning Formula for Everyone!

Co-operative Education Office

Université de Moncton

Co-operative Education Office

A Winning Formula for Everyone!

Co-operative Education Office

Université de Moncton

Responsibilities - Student

Responsibilities - Student

Informatique appliquée, Diaratou Ndiaye, DGT, U de Moncton(2008)

The Student has the following responsibilities:

  • to respect the policies and procedures (program guidelines) of the Co-operative Education Office (BEC), i.e. the Université de Moncton;
  • to maintain the minimum average required by his or her faculty or school throughout the co-op program;
  • to participate fully in the professional and personal education and training by taking an active part in the workshops, information sessions and individual meetings organized by the BEC;
  • to apply for many or all of the placements advertised by the BEC;
  • to adhere to the guidelines of the BEC recruitment process (see section 4);
  • to provide the BEC with an up-to-date curriculum vitae by the deadline, after attending a workshop on c.v. writing, as well as after each work term;
  • to prepare carefully for interviews and to follow the suggestions offered and the skills and knowledge developed in workshops on placement applications;
  • to provide employers with accurate and relevant information about his or her qualifications, educations and areas of interest;
  • to inform the BEC at least 24 hours in advance if an interview must be postponed or cancelled;
  • to avoid discussing which Co-op placements he or she has applied for and prefers with prospective or subsequent employers;
  • to accept and commit to the Co-op placement offered to him or her, considering it an agreement with the employer;
  • demonstrate a good work ethic and professional work habits during the hiring process and during the placement;
  • to respect the employer's policies about confidential, copyrighted or trademarked information;
  • to modify and be flexible about expectations regarding tasks, workload and skill levels required during the placement, and to re-evaluate how realistic his or her expectations are by considering certain factors such as years of experience and qualifications;
  • to inform the BEC immediately when he or she finds a placement independently.
Campus d'edmundston

165, boulevard Hébert

Edmundston NB E3V 2S8, Canada

info@umce.ca

506 737-5049

Sans frais: 1 800 363-8336

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Campus de Moncton

18, avenue Antonine-Maillet

Moncton NB E1A 3E9, Canada

info@umoncton.ca

506 858-4000

Sans frais: 1 800 363-8336

(Canada et États-Unis)

Campus de Shippagan

218, boulevard J.-D.-Gauthier

Shippagan NB E8S 1P6, Canada

umcs.info@umoncton.ca

506 336-3400

Sans frais: 1 800 363-8336

(Canada et États-Unis)