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  • Student and Employer Expectations | Information for Students | Co-op Education | Student Services | Sheridan College
    International Students Continuing Education Students Parents Alumni Donors Employers Home Life at Sheridan Student Services Co operative Education Policies Expectations Policies Expectations CEIO Student Manual Employer Manual Policies Agreement Partnership Principles The Co operative Education and Internship Policies Agreement ensures consistency and quality of program delivery foundational values upon which the reputation of Sheridan s Co operative Education and Internship programs are built There are many partners in the Co operative Education and Internship Programs at Sheridan including students employers and the Co operative Education and Internship Office The success of the program relies upon all parties understanding their responsibilities The policies that outline the obligations and expectations required of these three parties are described here It is each participant s responsibility to become familiar with and adhere to these established policies and procedures Every effort is made by the CEIO to ensure students have a positive learning experience while on the work term Sometimes industry trends and employer demands shape posting and placement activity The CEIO must respond accordingly and so must students expectations Learning comes in many different forms and it is sometimes a requirement to adjust one s expectations given market and employer requirements The Student Students are representatives of Sheridan and should conduct themselves accordingly in a professional manner Students must abide by all co op and internship policies and procedures The responsibilities of the student include Pay the 535 co op internship fee Successfully complete the COWT 10022 10023 53816 COEF preparatory course Maintain good academic standing Actively seek employment definition apply to 20 of all jobs posted through jobs sheridan Carefully read job postings and remit all requested documentation transcripts cover letters Conduct an independent job search by using personal initiatives in partnership with CEIO Advisors to secure appropriate work term opportunities Complete all co op work term assignments Exhibit professional conduct during job search and work term Learn something and have fun When on the job Relate your classroom learning to the workplace this benefits both student and employer Exercise ethical workplace conduct and represent Sheridan with a standard of conduct and performance which will further enhance the relationship between Sheridan and the employer Maintain employer confidentiality Abide by the policies and procedures of your employer Accept constructive feedback suggestions for improvement in a positive manner Resolve problems or issues that may arise in a prompt professional manner Be a productive and responsible employee and take initiative as appropriate Advise the employer and Co op Internship advisor of any concerns or problems with work assignments or environmental issues as soon as they arise Set realistic expectations and goals that will encourage self improvement and benefit the employer The Employer To increase the student s productivity and facilitate learning it is recommended that employers Advise the students with regards to all issues of confidentiality in the workplace and ensure that any non disclosure agreements are signed prior to the commencement of work Prepare the student s co workers and other staff for the arrival

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  • FAQs | Information for Students | Co-op Education | Student Services | Sheridan College
    depend largely on the efforts taken by each student However as a general guideline the percentage of students employed by break week 5 by the start of the work term For 1st work term students in 2 or 3 year undergrad programs 30 35 For post diploma programs and 2nd and 3rd work term students usually 40 50 By the placement deadline date Usually well over 95 of students have found co op jobs Most often the reasons students fail to find employment include Students who are highly selective and either don t apply to the required 20 of jobs posted or on occasion turn down a job offer Students who have barriers to employment such as language difficulties or transportation difficulties Students who do not keep in touch with the co op department neither apply for positions posted through the Office nor respond to our inquiries 6 How much money can I expect to make on my work term Are any of the positions unpaid Will I make more money each work term as I have more to offer a 2nd and 3rd work term employer The great majority of positions are paid and the placement statistics and salary ranges from the past two work terms can be found in the Jobs Money section on the web site The data are tracked and updated every work term Some unpaid and volunteer positions may be posted but these are clearly be marked as such Many employers increase the wage rate depending on work term and student experience but it is entirely up to the employer s discretion Many employers have a budgeted amount for a student regardless of experience and others have the same on going position available for a student and do not vary its salary There are some programs mostly in the Degree Programs and by the nature of the industry which will post unpaid positions or which will offer an honorarium 7 Can I do back to back work terms For the great majority of students back to back work terms aren t permitted because at Sheridan work terms alternate with academic semesters Students must return to academic studies after each work term Exceptions may only be made in special circumstances and students should contact the Office if they have any questions 8 What if I don t get a job by the deadline date As long as you have been active in your job search and apply to a minimum of 20 of the jobs posted on jobs sheridan met academic requirements and you still aren t placed by the deadline we can defer your work term to the end of your program after your final academic semester Additional fees aren t required if you receive a deferral of your work term 9 What if I don t get a job by the deadline date of my next work term either Unfortunately students can only do one work term at the end of their program after

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  • Hiring a Student | Information for Employers | Co-op Education | Student Services | Sheridan College
    Fees T2202A Tax Credit Financial Aid Awards Financial Aid Deadlines Sheridan Student Assistance Program Financial Aid News OSAP Work Study Program Scholarships Awards and Bursaries Career Advisory Career Advising Services for Future Students Idea Generator Apply Now Book a tour Information for Parents Information for Counsellors Life at Sheridan About Toronto GTA Campus Services Bookstore Conference and Events Services DineOnCampus Grenville Inter Campus Shuttle OneCard Parking Residence Early Childhood Centres Campus Security Services Sheridan Stories Student Services Career Centre Co operative Education First Year Experience Tutoring Library Services Student Advisement Accessible Learning Services Counselling Health Student Leadership Student Rights Responsibilities Office Theatre at Sheridan Sheridan TV Current Students International Centre Prospective Students Research Contact the Office of Undergraduate Research News Events Partnering with Sheridan Success Stories About Us Active Research Resources SOURCE Sheridan s Institutional Repository Working at Sheridan About Human Resources Careers at Sheridan Faculty and Staff Directory Human Resources Employment Information Occupational Health and Safety Athletics Campus Recreation Contact Us Better Bruin Fitness News Events News Releases Sheridan in the News Events Prospective Students Current Students International Students Continuing Education Students Parents Alumni Donors Employers Home Life at Sheridan Student Services Co operative Education Information for Employers Hiring a Student Hiring a Student Employer Manual Policies Agreement Reasons to Hire a Co op Internship Student It is a cost effective solution for short term hiring needs employers get quality skills at affordable prices It is an excellent way to evaluate potential employees Students bring fresh innovative ideas to your company By hiring a student every 4 months you can take advantage of a continuous supply of new and creative approaches to your business It is an investment that you make in attracting dedicated employees There is an Ontario Tax Credit available for employers of co op internship students The credit can total as much as 3 000 per student per paid work term For more information check out the Co op Internship Employer Manual How to Hire a Student You can post a job to the Web using our convenient Job Submission form or call us directly our staff is here to assist you every step of the way There are four easy steps to get a co op student at your organization 1 Produce a job description that includes the following background information for your organization job responsibilities duties required qualifications program s from which you wish to hire 2 Review résumés We will collect and e mail or courier them to you 3 Select the candidates you want to interview We will make the interview arrangements 4 Select the candidate who best fits your needs We will present the job offer Contract Services If fiscal or administrative restrictions prohibit you from hiring consider Sheridan s contract services Contract Services allows you to employ a co op student on a contract basis giving you more flexibility in hiring Through Contract Services Sheridan takes responsibility for the following Confirming the contract in writing with you Calculating salary disbursements

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  • FAQs | Information for Employers | Co-op Education | Student Services | Sheridan College
    Donors Employers Home Life at Sheridan Student Services Co operative Education Information for Employers FAQs FAQs Employer Manual Policies Agreement 1 What programs participate in Co op Internship Currently we have 35 co op programs at Sheridan with co op students available from a range of programs including business applied computing and engineering sciences 2 How does the recruitment process work Our recruitment process at Sheridan is quite simple and requires only a small time commitment from you To get things started simply call us at 905 845 9430 ext 2649 or email us at coopenq sheridanc on ca 3 Is there assistance to help us through this process We are here to help you Our advisers and assistants at both campuses are committed to providing you with excellent service 4 What are the costs for participating in co op For students hired directly there are no additional costs beyond salary Sheridan does not charge any administration fees to post job descriptions collect resumes or use our facilities for your interviews Employers that take advantage of our Contract Services option to get the benefit of a co op student on a contract basis are charged a 15 administrative fee 5 How long are the work terms When do they start Sheridan students are available for 4 month work terms year round with work terms beginning in January May and September 6 What information should I include in my job description Your job description should include the following A descriptive job title like Junior Systems Administrator Human Resources Assistant Marketing Coordinator or Robotics Technician An overview of your company department or team Please include information that provides helpful details about duties and responsibilities and any training the student will receive A brief description of the work environment include information on items including corporate culture normal work attire etc The key skills and qualifications for which you are looking Any special requirements shift work frequent overtime driver s license use of personal vehicle etc Your location Include other relevant information such as the closest major intersection proximity to public transit routes GO train TTC etc Number of hours per week and whether overtime is expected If you need some assistance in developing your job description one of our Co op Advisers can help 7 When is the deadline to advertise a co op job You can advertise co op opportunities any time The earlier in the semester you post your job the more students are available But it s never too late there are always students looking for jobs even after the work term has started 8 Where do I interview Can I do phone or on campus interviews You can interview students at your location by phone or at either of Sheridan s campuses just let us know your preference 9 Can I hire more than one student per work term Yes you can hire as many students each term as you need We have many qualified students available in a

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  • Application | Become a Peer Tutor | Tutoring | Student Services | Life at Sheridan | Sheridan College
    Work Study Program Scholarships Awards and Bursaries Career Advisory Career Advising Services for Future Students Idea Generator Apply Now Book a tour Information for Parents Information for Counsellors Life at Sheridan About Toronto GTA Campus Services Bookstore Conference and Events Services DineOnCampus Grenville Inter Campus Shuttle OneCard Parking Residence Early Childhood Centres Campus Security Services Sheridan Stories Student Services Career Centre Co operative Education First Year Experience Tutoring Library Services Student Advisement Accessible Learning Services Counselling Health Student Leadership Student Rights Responsibilities Office Theatre at Sheridan Sheridan TV Current Students International Centre Prospective Students Research Contact the Office of Undergraduate Research News Events Partnering with Sheridan Success Stories About Us Active Research Resources SOURCE Sheridan s Institutional Repository Working at Sheridan About Human Resources Careers at Sheridan Faculty and Staff Directory Human Resources Employment Information Occupational Health and Safety Athletics Campus Recreation Contact Us Better Bruin Fitness News Events News Releases Sheridan in the News Events Prospective Students Current Students International Students Continuing Education Students Parents Alumni Donors Employers Home Life at Sheridan Student Services Tutoring Become a Peer Tutor Peer Tutor Application Form Become a Peer Tutor Peer Tutor Application Form Contact Information Name Enter your name Home Phone Enter your home phone number Mobile Phone Sheridan Email Address Enter your email Enter a valid email Address Street Number Enter street address City Enter city Province State Ontario Alberta British Columbia Manitoba New Brunswick Newfoundland Northwest Territories Nova Scotia Ontario Prince Edward Island Quebec Saskatchewan Yukon Territory Select your province state Postal Code Enter postal code Program Details Student Number Enter student number Class Code Enter class code Program Name Enter program name Program Year 1 2 3 4 Enter program year Semester 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Enter program semester Have you ever tutored for The Tutoring Centre before Yes No Are you eligible for Sheridan s Work Study Assistance Program Please explore the following link to assess your eligibility to receive Work Study Assistance Yes No Total Availability List course name s and course code s you would like to provide tutoring for you must have strong academic standing received an A grade in the subjects you tutor Course Name Course Code Instructor Name Instructor Email 1 2 3 Which Sheridan campus es are you interested in tutoring at List course name s and course code s you would like to provide tutoring for you must have strong academic standing received an A grade in the subjects you tutor Campus HMC Trafalgar STC Davis Select campus Which semester are you available to tutor choose all that apply September December January April May August if you are a Co op student which semester s are you on work term s choose all that apply September December January April May August Other Information Fluency in other languages list Please tell us about any other post secondary education or accreditation you have received in the past that we should know about Upon submission a confirmation of receipt

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  • Sign Up and Get Help Sheridan College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning, Oakville, Brampton, Mississauga
    Business Partners Current Students Future Students Assessment Centre Assessment Centre Test Details Assessment Centre Locations and Contacts Assessment Information Sessions English Proficiency Assessment Equivalency Tests Health Occupation Aptitude Examination Language Assessment and Essential Communication Skills Make Up Tests Mature Student Testing What to Bring When You Write Your Test 2015 2016 Academic Calendar Fees and Finances Domestic Fee Guide Academic Fees How to Pay Your Fees T2202A Tax Credit Financial Aid Awards Financial Aid Deadlines Sheridan Student Assistance Program Financial Aid News OSAP Work Study Program Scholarships Awards and Bursaries Career Advisory Career Advising Services for Future Students Idea Generator Apply Now Book a tour Information for Parents Information for Counsellors Life at Sheridan About Toronto GTA Campus Services Bookstore Conference and Events Services DineOnCampus Grenville Inter Campus Shuttle OneCard Parking Residence Early Childhood Centres Campus Security Services Sheridan Stories Student Services Career Centre Co operative Education First Year Experience Tutoring Library Services Student Advisement Accessible Learning Services Counselling Health Student Leadership Student Rights Responsibilities Office Theatre at Sheridan Sheridan TV Current Students International Centre Prospective Students Research Contact the Office of Undergraduate Research News Events Partnering with Sheridan Success Stories About Us Active Research Resources SOURCE Sheridan s Institutional Repository Working at Sheridan About Human Resources Careers at Sheridan Faculty and Staff Directory Human Resources Employment Information Occupational Health and Safety Athletics Campus Recreation Contact Us Better Bruin Fitness News Events News Releases Sheridan in the News Events Prospective Students Current Students International Students Continuing Education Students Parents Alumni Donors Employers Home Life at Sheridan Student Services Tutoring Tutoring Resources Learning Workshops Learning Workshops The learning centre offers free workshops from tutors and staff on a variety of topics Workshops are free and can be attended by Sheridan students Browse our workshop availability by campus and sign up for

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  • Academic Standing Not Continue| Student Advisement | Student Services | Life at Sheridan | Sheridan College
    Course load was too heavy I felt underprepared or it was hard to adjust to course expectations I have poor ineffective study skills I have an IEP but did not use Accessible Learning Services and or my accommodations I had trouble with my online course s I have English language difficulty I lack the necessary computer skills examples I feel unclear of my career direction Since I started my program my career goal changed I didn t realize what career fields the program lead to Program seems to lead to career I don t want to do or not interested in I don t see connection between the program and my career goals examples It was hard to socially adjust to college I felt homesick I had family issues or family members with illnesses I had friend roommate issues I had housing or accommodation problems examples I was working too many hours My OSAP or other funding was not approved sufficient Money was tight I had unexpected expenses I had a poor or lacked a budget plan examples I was sick during the semester I had poor physical health I had emotional challenges My mental health affected my studies Once you have ranked or rated the 5 categories consider those factors which most significantly contributed to the NC standing and ask yourself What was within my control that I could have managed better last semester and what was honestly beyond my control If I were to attempt the same program or perhaps even a different one what is within my control to do differently And what would be the top factors to address first and foremost Don t just ask yourself these questions but genuinely try to answer them that will help you make an effective choice about what to do see next step Once complete you may wish to discuss these factors with a Student Advisor to review possible supports services and next steps You can t turn back the clock But you can wind it up again Bonnie Prudden 2 MAKE A CHOICE You have 3 basic options for action you can take at this point After reflecting on how and why you ended up with an NC choose the one best suited to your situation For each option we suggest some initial action steps Option Accept the NC standing with the intent to return to the same program a minimum of one academic year two semesters from when you were withdrawn Readmission is not guaranteed and is subject to meeting admission requirements space availability and academic history However if you approach the same program the same way in the same situation you are likely to get the same outcome so consider What will you do differently when you return to Sheridan Are there any supports or services that could help you Is there something that will make you more motivated and likely to succeed Here are some potential action steps using some of the primary action resources

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  • Academic Standing - Probation
    dismissal from your program for one academic year which is two academic terms You will find the detailed information on the Policy website policies sheridancollege ca look at the Academic Standing Certificate and Diploma policy Degree students who have a term GPA below 2 0 but at or above 1 2 are placed on Academic Probation and allowed to continue in their program Over the next term you must earn a minimum program term GPA of 3 0 in professional courses and 2 5 in courses outside the major Earning a term GPA less than 3 0 may result in continuing probation or dismissal from your program for one academic year which is two academic terms You will find the detailed information on the Policy website policies sheridancollege ca look at the Academic Standing Baccalaureate Degrees policy What are the implications of my Academic Probation Status While you have an Academic Probation standing you may continue in your program for the next academic term However you must meet the academic requirements mentioned above and in the policy There are some implications that come with being on Academic Probation such as Future course loads may be impacted if you did not successfully complete course prerequisites and or co requisites You may be temporarily removed from your program if you do not meet the policy requirements in your upcoming term It is possible to complete all program courses but not meet the minimum Graduation GPA In this case you may need to upgrade courses until you have met the graduation requirements For more information you may refer to the Graduation Policy posted on policies sheridancollege ca Financial Aid or other funding may be impacted Life can only be understood backwards but it must be lived forwards Soren Kierkegaard REFLECT What contributed to my Academic Probation First review your grades and academic progress through mystudentcentre sheridancollege ca Then consult with your faculty for further clarification explanation if required It is also important and worthwhile to understand what contributed to your AP standing if you want to take effective action Rank these five categories of underlying factors in order based on their impact to your academic standing or assign each factor a rating using the following scale 5 Was the overriding factor 3 Was a significant factor 1 Was a minor factor 0 Was not a contributing factor Rank Rank Rank Rank Rank ACADEMIC examples Course content was too difficult for me Course load was too heavy I felt underprepared or it was hard to adjust to course expectations I have poor ineffective study skills I have an IEP but did not use Accessible Learning Services and or my accommodations I had trouble with my online course s I have English language difficulty I lack the necessary computer skills CAREER examples I feel unclear of my career direction Since I started my program my career goal changed I didn t realize what career fields the program lead to Program seems to lead to career

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