Co-op, Career and Experiential Education at Brock University is committed to delivering a comprehensive, inclusive and non-discriminatory suite of services in relation to student and new graduate employment, experiential learning opportunities including co-op hiring, and career preparation. We require our employer and community partners to employ ethical recruitment practices that adhere to the (link) Employment Standards Act 2000, (link) Ontario Human Rights Code and (link) Brock University Respectful Work & Learning Environment policy. Brock University’s (link ) Policies and Reports provides additional relevant information.

In cooperation with (link) Career Education and the (link) Student Wellness and Accessibility Centre, the Bridge to Success initiative assists students experiencing disability in the following ways:

  1. Navigating, understanding, and maximizing career and employment prospects.
  2. Providing access to information and tools related to career planning, the disclosure process, and accommodations in the workplace.
  3. Offering opportunities for students to learn about industry through events and networking opportunities.

We aim to support students who are experiencing various disabilities (both visible and invisible), on-going medical conditions, or mental health needs. As well, we recognize disability intersects with other experiences and identities. Please visit the other resources we have to offer on (link) CareerZone.

Navigating Bridge to Success for Students

If you have considered and decided to disclose information about your diagnosis to your employer, there may also be the need to request accommodation in the workplace. 

Brock Co-op, Career and Experiential Education makes every effort to use the most respectful words possible while compiling resources. We recognize, however, that the most appropriate terminology may change over time. We have shared these resources with the intent to respect the dignity and inherent rights of all individuals. 

The Career Education team is here to help. For more information on finding employment we invite you to visit CareerZone located in the Market Hall. Additionally, you can visit (link) CareerZone to book appointments and access job postings, upcoming events and student resources. You can also reach the Career Education team via email at: (link) or via the pop-up (link) Live Chat in the bottom right corner of this page.

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If you have any questions or would like more information, please don’t hesitate to reach out. Our team is happy to assist.

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