2013 Brock University Co-op Student of the Year Award

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2013 Brock University Co-op Student of the Year Award

What is the Student of the Year Award?
Brock University’s Co-op Student of the Year Award is the recognition of excellence in job performance, academic performance and responsibility, based on a student’s particular contributions to their co-op employers, Co-operative Education and the community-at-large.

 

What are the benefits of winning?
This award will be presented to two current co-op students. The benefits of being recognized as the Brock Co-op Student of the Year include: promotion through local media, recognition during Co-operative Education Week, and presentation of a certificate.

 

Who can nominate a student for the Brock Student of the Year Award?

  • A co-op employer
  • A co-op office staff member
  • A fellow Brock student or faculty member

 

Are YOU Eligible?

  1. Are you in an undergraduate, diploma, or postgraduate program, registered as a full-time co-operative education program student?
  2. Have you completed, or will you complete a work term within the 2013 calendar year?
  3. Have you made outstanding contributions to your co-op program and community?

 

Criteria for Selection:

  • Job Achievement
  • Contribution to Co-operative Education (e.g. volunteer ambassador for co-op, assisting at co-op events)
  • Student’s Personal Statement
  • Contribution to Extra-Curricular Activities at School and/or the Community-At-Large
  • Student’s Resume
  • Above Average Academic Achievement
  • Overall Assessment/Personal Comments by Employer and Co-op Office Staff

 

To apply for the 2013 Brock University Co-op Students of the Year Award
Deadline: Please submit the following application package in one email with the subject title: [2013BrockSOTY_FacultyName_firstname_lastname] to Christina Butler, Co-op Career Consultant at cbutler2@brocku.ca any time before 4:30 p.m. on Friday, December 6, 2013.

Application package

Student of the Year Award winner 2012

 

Conditions:

  • All nomination packages must meet all guidelines to be considered for this award. Incomplete packages will not be accepted.
  • The decision of the selection committee is final and may not be appealed.
  • You, as the applicant must agree to allow Co-operative Education to use your name, profile, and photograph for publication and promotional purposes.

All nomination packages must meet all guidelines to be forwarded to the selection process. Incomplete packages will not be accepted. The nomination form is available in the attachment below. Students are limited to one submission per year.

For a copy of this information for your employer please click here.


Once chosen, the Brock Co-op Student of the Year might then be considered for:

 

CAFCE Award
The recipient of the CAFCE award is chosen from post-secondary co-op students nation-wide based on their standing  in the criteria listed above. For more information about this award, please visit the CAFCE website. Brock nominees are selected and submitted to CAFCE by the Brock University Co-op Programs Office.

EWO Award
The recipient of the EWO (university) award is chosen from post-secondary co-op students attending Ontario universities based on the same criteria as the CAFCE Award. The recipient of the EWO award will be presented with a certificate and $500. Brock nominees are selected and submitted to EWO by the Brock University Co-op Programs Office. For more information about this award, please visit the EWO website. Brock nominees are selected and submitted to EWO by the Brock University Co-op Programs Office.

Events

Ambassador (volunteer) opportunity
May 28, 2014 - 8:00am - June 2, 2014 - 6:00pm