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The summer is right around the corner - which means summer recruitment has begun at the University of Guelph.  The Co-operative Education & Career Services Department has a free job posting site where employers can post all their opportunities - whether it be for current students, co-op students or alumni!  Students are directed to our www.recruitguelph.ca job posting site to search for full-time, summer, part-time and co-op jobs.

I also invite you to consider hiring our co-op students.  We have a large co-op program with over 55 co-op programs from engineering to business to our strong science programs.  For a complete list and details, go to https://www.recruitguelph.ca/cecs/employers-institutions/academic-p...

Farm Machinery companies - try our Mechanical Engineering Co-op students for 4 or 8 months!

If you have opportunities and would like to consider co-op, I'd love to hear from you!

Contact me!  Carrie Steele, Employer Development Coordinator, csteele@uoguelph.ca

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Thanks Carrie,

We will help get the message out.

Take care,

Joe Dales

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