The Co-op Education Office strives to recognize its students and its employers alike.
Call for nominations!
Brock Co-op Supervisor Recognition Award
Have you had a rewarding co-op work term experience? Did your supervisor play a major role in your job satisfaction? Do you feel that your supervisor was a great mentor and went out of his/her way to provide you with an enriching co-op experience that enhanced your personal growth and development? Would you like to formally thank and recognize your supervisor for his/her effort and contribution towards your professional development?
Here is your opportunity! Submit the completed recognition form for the Brock Outstanding Co-op Supervisor Recognition Award for the Winter 2018 work term.
Nominations will close May 15, 2018.
Nominations will be evaluated based on the supervisor’s role in creating a positive and valuable work term experience. Your submissions will require that you reflect on the following
- Why do you feel your supervisor should be recognized?
- How has your supervisor added to your job satisfaction?
- What have you appreciated the most about your supervisor?
- What are some examples of how your supervisor mentored you and enhanced your job satisfaction?
- What impact has this experience had on you?
The Co-op Education office will contact and thank all supervisors nominated.
Below are the employer recipients for Summer 2017 work term
- Doug Hamilton, Chairman, Canada Summer Games Niagara Region
- Daniel Caplan, Senior Manager, Mobile Banking, RBC
- Michael Carroll, Owner, Michael J. Carroll LLP
- Lynn Wilson, HR Advisor, FedEx Canada
- Stacey Hachigian, Manager, Supply Chain Strategy and PMO Process, Johnson & Johnson
- Jessica DiCarlantonio, Sales and Marketing Manager, Whirlpool Jet Boat Tours
Co-op Student of the Year Award
The Co-op Student of the Year Award recognizes a co-op student’s excellence in job performance, academic achievement and responsibility. It is awarded based on a student’s particular contributions to their co-op employers, co-operative education and the community at large. Students can be nominated by an employer, a Co-op Education staff member, or a faculty member.
Who is eligible?
Nominees must be full-time students enrolled in the co-operative education program. They must have completed at least one work term within the calendar year. Students are encouraged to ask their employers to support their nomination.
Winners are chosen based on the following criteria:
- Outstanding work-term achievements;
- Contribution to co-operative education, such as being a volunteer; ambassador for co-op, assisting at co-op events, etc.;
- Student’s personal statement and resumé;
- Involvement in extra-curricular activities at school and/or within the community;
- Above average academic achievement (80 per cent average or higher);
- Employer evaluation/recommendation by a co-op employer and Co-op Program Office staff.
All applications must meet the guidelines to be considered for this award. Applications are reviewed by a neutral committee that includes the Director of Co-op, Career and Experiential Education, a faculty member, a member of senior administration and a Co-op Education staff member serving as ex-officio. All decisions by the selection committee are final and may not be appealed.
Students are limited to one submission per year and must agree to allow the Co-op Programs Office to use their name, profile, and photograph for publication and promotional purposes.