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Welcome to Co-op!

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Taylor Campbell

on 1 April 2015

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Transcript of Welcome to Co-op!

Welcome to Co-op!
Pre-course Counseling
Pre-placement
Before you start your co-op career there are a few things you need to cover. If you are interested in starting co-op you will need to fill out a with all of your information on it and recommendations from teahcers. You will also need to hand in a cover letter expressing why you want to do co-op and a resume.
Placement
Before you start your co-op you need to have an interview with the place you want to co-op. You should get a feel of the placement environment and you should be aware of the expectations set by the placement. You need to know if this placement is right for you so you can get the most out of your co-op experience.
In-school Requirements
In your placement you will get to experience what working there would be like. Each placement will have their own set rules and some may have specific dress codes. As a co-op student it is your job to follow the regulations and standards set by your placement and showcase youself at your best. In some cases if you excel and demonstrate your abilities to wokr effectively, your placement might offer you a job to continue to work there.
For your in co-op you will need to complete paperwork throught the semester. Every week you will need to fill out time sheets to verify the work and time you put into your placement. The first of every month you have an in-school in which you are given journals and other projects to contribute to your grade.
Other Considerations:
Transportation:
After School Activites:
Taylor Campbell
March 31st 2015
Teaching Assistant. Mr.Henwood

Introduction/Reflection

With your co-op you need to consider how you will get to and from your placement. Will you need to record mileage if you drive or maybe consider a bus pass if you plan on taking the bus.
Do you participate in an after school activity? If you do you'll need to consider how your co-op will affect your involvment. Depending on when you have co-op and where your placement is you might miss or be late to your activities and you should take that into consideration.
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Co-op is a very valuable class to take. Taking a co-op gets you used to how a certain job might be and can help give you a clearer understanding of what career you may want to do in the future. Co-op teaches you responsibilty, and how to work better with people. My pervious co-op experience taught me better collaberation skills with the people I work with and also allowed me to be more independant and have more initiative.
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