If you're a co-op student at Brock University, you can now start and run your own business for a co-op work term, earn up to $10,000, and help to grow Niagara's economy.
Entrepreneurship Co-op, a new program at Brock University, has paired with the Deborah E. Rosati Entrepreneurship Co-op Award. The fund takes the risk out of meeting your financial obligations while allowing you to pursue an entrepreneurial work term of starting and running your own business.
During your entrepreneurial co-op work term you will:
- Be provided with support services and workspaces at Brock's BioLinc incubator located on campus.
- Have access to a variety of business startup services, ongoing supervision and mentoring.
- Have access to full-time BioLinc administrative support and management staff and network with some of Niagara's business leaders.
Entrepreneurship Co-op is open to students from all co-op program majors with any type of business concept. A few exceptions include franchises, distributorships, subsidiaries of existing business, multilevel marketing ventures, and signle-event operations.
How to apply
Please visit your Co-op Job Board on CareerZone careerzone.brocku.ca for detailed information: Entrepreneurial Co-op Work Term (Deborah Rosati Entrepreneurial Co-op Award).
Co-op Programs Office
T 905-688-5550 ext. 4325