Co-operative Education

Co-operative Education provides support and work-term opportunities for approximately 2,000 students annually.

Information for Students

A co-op work placement gives you valuable and relevant on-the-job work experience while you’re completing your studies. Get an early start on your career – gain experience that gives you a big advantage after graduation.

Information for Employers

The employers who hire our students tell us that they enter their co-op work terms ready to hit the ground running — and that they make an observable positive impact from day one. Learn more about how a Sheridan co-op student can contribute to your team.

Co-operative Education Tax Credit

The Co-operative Education Tax Credit (CETC) is an Ontario tax credit that is available to employers of co-op and internship students. The credit can total as much as $3,000 per student per paid work term.

Contact Us

Can’t find what you’re looking for? Have a question for us? Each co-op and internship program has specific contact for students and employers. Check the list to find the right contact for your program.

Important Dates

When does the academic term begin? When does it end? What’s the last day to withdraw from a co-op work term without having to pay a fee?

Keep track of co-op and internship-related deadlines for the academic year by referring to our handy list of important dates.