NOC 40. Professional occupations in education services

Employer Connect is a tool that connects Employers To Students that are participating in CO-OPs, Internships Or Field Placements through Post Secondary Education Institutions in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area

 

What is a Co-op?

Co-ops are paid work terms, typically 4 months in length for a student in a Post-Secondary Education (PSE) institution with an experiential learning component to the education program related to their field of study.

What is an Internship?

Internships are paid work-terms that is 4 to 16 months in length and take place near the end of the students related education program allowing them to apply the skills and knowledge they have acquired from their post secondary education.

What is a Field Placement

Field Placements are short-term, unpaid work placements that provide students with supervised hands-on experience within their field of study.

The post-secondary educational programs used in Employer Connect were identified by the employment requirements as per the National Occupational Classification (NOC). To learn more about your specific NOC code, please click here.

Brock University – St. Catherine’s, ON

The Co-op program at Brock relating to Education gives employers the opportunity chance to select students that have job experience in the field while at the same time have a well-rounded education. Employers can choose students for, four-month terms. 

CO-OPS

Participating programs:

CONTACT DIRECTORY

Administrator Office

McMaster University – Hamilton, ON

You can host students from any Social Science discipline in Internships (paid work opportunities) to assist you with achieving your company objectives, or in Career Placements (unpaid job shadow experiences) to mentor and inform students about future careers. The Social Sciences Internship Program is a voluntary program that allows undergraduate students to actively engage in paid work opportunities and explore careers in fields related to their academic studies over a 4, 8, 12 or 16 month period in a part-time or full-time capacity. 

INTERNSHIPS

Participating programs:

CONTACT DIRECTORY

Faulty of Social Sciences:

Queen’s University – Kingston, ON

Queen’s University provides employers with students who can participate in 20 weeks of placements, including an alternative practicum that can be done outside a school setting and anywhere in the world as long as it is related to the program.

FIELD PLACEMENTS

Participating programs:

Participating Graduate programs:

CONTACT DIRECTORY

Student Services

Clinical Program Chair:

Ryerson University – Toronto, ON

Employers can choose students that take programs that focus on the theoretical and practice-oriented approaches. Field placements will vary in length.

FIELD PLACEMENTS

Participating Graduate programs:

CONTACT DIRECTORY

Co-op Office:

Trent University – Peterborough, ON

At Trent University, employers can choose students from an array of programs at the School of Education. As part of the 2-year Consecutive Bachelor of Education program, Teacher Candidates are required to complete 75 hours as part of the The Alternative Field Experience Placements.

FIELD PLACEMENTS

Participating programs:

CONTACT DIRECTORY

School of Education:

The University of Guelph & Guelph Humber – Guelph, ON

The University of Guelph offers a variety of undergraduate co-op opportunities for professional occupations in education, law and social, community and government services. Field placements are delivered in concert with employer partners, constitutes part of the student’s formal education and is available in over 35 majors for students. Co-ops and field placements vary in length. 

CO-OPS

Participating programs:

Participating Graduate programs:

FIELD PLACEMENTS

Participating programs at Guelph Humber:

CONTACT DIRECTORY

General Inquires:

Career & Placement Coordinator, Early Childhood: 

General Graduate Inquiries: 

The University of Toronto – Toronto, ON

Eligible U of T students with an opportunity to work on campus during the academic year and gain academic/career related experience. Field placements vary in length. 

FIELD PLACEMENTS

Participating programs:

Participating Graduate programs:

CONTACT DIRECTORY

Coordinator, Events & Employer Services:

University of Ontario Institute of Technology – Oshawa, ON 

The University of Ontario Institute of Technology offers optional co-op and internship opportunities in a wide range of programs. All 16-month Consecutive BEd students take part in several field experience placements. Concurrent Education students will have 100 days of school experience. The Practicum course for the Criminology and Justice program consists of 100 hours of fieldwork.

FIELD PLACEMENTS

Participating Programs:

CONTACT DIRECTORY

Services for Employers:

  • Phone: 905.721.8668 ext 3824

Faculty of Education: 

University of Waterloo – Waterloo, ON

The University of Waterloo operates the largest post secondary co-op program of its kind in the world. Some sequences begin in the first year of study while others begin in the second year. Co-op positions are generally 4 months in length, with some lasting 8 months.

CO-OPS

Participating programs:

FIELD PLACEMENTS 

Participating programs:

CONTACT DIRECTORY

Faculty of Arts:

  • Phone: 519 888-4567 x 38246

Department of Psychology: 

The University of Western Ontario – London, ON

Employers can choose students out of Western’s two year, four-term Bachelor of Education program. These students can provide an employer field placements of a length of 27 weeks.

The Faculty of Social Science offers a summer internship program for 2nd and 3rd year students, to provide them with a valuable degree-related work experience (May August).  Internships are a minimum of 10 weeks to a maximum of 4 months, full-time paid work terms.

FIELD PLACEMENTS

Participating programs:

INTERNSHIPS

Participating programs:

CONTACT DIRECTORY

Faculty of Education:

Student Success Centre:

Wilfrid Laurier University – Waterloo, ON

Employers can find students who often take the majors below, that can lead them into the education sector. Arts co-op students complete two work terms of four months each in the summer following their second and third years of study.

Laurier’s Faculty of Education offers a Bachelor of Education degree provides employers, prepared students that will learn hands-on education necessary to go into the classroom, as well as the theoretical and research background to further knowledge and help in other areas of education. Employers can choose a student for at least 2 days each week in a Professional Development School (PDS) placement throughout 2 years, in addition to your 5 block practicum placements for the Bachelor of Education (BEd) program.

CO-OPS

Participating programs:

FIELD PLACEMENTS

Participating Undergraduate Programs:

Participating Graduate Programs:

CONTACT DIRECTORY

The Department of Co-operative Education:

Faculty of Education:

Faculty of Social Work:

York University – Toronto, ON

The Faculty of Education’s workplace-based learning offers, employers the chance to choose students that put theory to practice in the field of learning and education. Teacher candidates in both Concurrent and Consecutive Bachelor of Education Programs are required to complete 88 days of school-based classroom practicum.

CO-OPS

Participating Programs:

CONTACT DIRECTORY

Education Resource Centre:

  • Phone: 416-736-5002

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