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Companies have access to a pool of highly motivated 3rd and 4th year BCom students from a number of specializations who can help tackle special projects and initiatives while providing relief for short-term peaks in workload.

How can hiring a co-op student help your organization?

  • Access to a pool of highly motivated students who can provide support across a wide range of business functions.

  • Co-op students can provide relief for short-term peaks in workload, help with special projects and initiatives

  • You become an employer of choice. Your enhanced presence on campus will enhance brand recognition with students seeking employment after graduation

How to hire

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Or Email your job description directly to us: coop@sauder.ubc.ca

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Interview

Review applications on selected candidates. We can schedule interviews and provide facilities on campus at no charge.

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Hire

Hire from a selection of area of specialization including Accounting, Marketing, Finance, Business Technology and Transportation & Logistics

Who are our BCom Co-op students?

Corey Wong

Claudia Pisarev

What our employers say:

"The number of co-op students that we hire has grown significantly in recent years and co-op students are an integral part of PwC. Not only do co-op students contribute to our high performance culture, but they also get real insight into what we do as finance professionals. They gain exposure to PwC and how we help solve important problems for the world-class clients we work with. I've always been impressed with UBC co-op students, both at interview and their on-the-job performance. I look forward to meeting and hiring many more of them!"

- Robert Coard, Partner Assurance at PwC .

Hire Co-op - Students available in September

Post a job for free on COOL
Email us at coop@sauder.ubc.ca
Call us at +1.604.822.6479

Speak to your sector-specific Business Development Manager about the Co-op Program, our direct matching services and other ways to maximize your recruiting efforts.

 

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