UBC Engineering Co-op Vision

VISION

To continue to be recognized as the leading and largest Engineering Co-op Program in Western Canada by being the first choice amongst students, employers and the university community.

MISSION

Our team is dedicated to integrating Engineering Co-op students’ experiential learning through relevant, technical, paid Engineering Co-op work experience and engineering academic courses by providing high-quality service to students, employers, and the university community.

CORE OBJECTIVES

PREPARE
Provide Engineering Co-op students with professional employment skills to increase confidence and success in the work force.
LIAISE
Maintain and strengthen relationships between UBC Engineering Co-op students, employers and the university community through commitment towards excellence in stakeholder relations.
EMPLOY
Facilitate all aspects of the co-op recruitment process. Provide students with the opportunity to explore various career paths by finding and providing relevant, technical and paid engineering co-op work opportunities locally, nationally and internationally.
COUNSEL
Support and assist UBC Engineering Co-op students in job search activities and co‑op work term experiences to ensure meaningful learning outcomes.
EVALUATE
Obtain and assess stakeholder feedback to continuously improve upon the operational model, policies, procedures and curriculum of the UBC Engineering Co‑op Program.

TEAM VALUES

CUSTOMER RELATIONS: Deliver a high level of service to all stakeholders.
INTEGRITY: Work ethically and honestly.
TEAMWORK: Be open, supportive, accountable and professional.
INNOVATION: Continually strive for and integrate new ideas to enhance program service and delivery.

a place of mind, The University of British Columbia

Faculty of Applied Science
5000-2332 Main Mall,
Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z4, Canada
UBC Engineering Co-op Program
2385 East Mall,
Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z4, Canada
Tel: 604-822-3022
Fax: 604-822-3449
Email:

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