Employers looking to hire a Sheridan student for a co-op or internship placement
Sheridan has facilitated work-integrated learning for students for more than 30 years and is home to both Ontario and Canada’s top co-op students for many years running.
Students bring new energy, ideas and skills to the workplace and may be eligible for government incentives to cover a portion of wages.
Each year, over 7,500 Sheridan students participate in work-integrated learning (WIL) activities such as cooperative education, field placement, internship, mandatory professional practice and apprenticeship.
Students gain invaluable hands-on experience while they apply their classroom learning, get trained in an organization’s processes, develop essential career competencies and complete academic requirements.
Sheridan’s dedicated Career-Integrated Learning team can walk you through the process of hiring a WIL student and answer your questions. For any inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you're an employer looking to post a co-op/internship opportunity for Winter 2021, please continue to use Jobs.Sheridan to post a job.
If you are an employer looking to post a co-op/internship opportunity for Summer 2021, please use the new Sheridan Works! platform to register and create a job posting.
Check out some of our articles showcasing students who excelled at work-integrated learning.
Employers looking to hire or mentor a Sheridan student or graduate
Sheridan’s Career-Integrated Learning team can advise on the best way to connect you with enthusiastic, qualified students and graduates from our certificate, diploma and degree programs.
Although Sheridan’s on-campus Career Centres remain closed, the team is offering a variety of virtual employer engagement options to facilitate meaningful connections between employer partners, students and graduates.
These virtual events and opportunities include recruitment information sessions, career fairs, a career-ready speaker series, networking, coffee chats, company tours, job postings and panel discussions, as well as resume reviews and mock interviews with volunteer mentors.
If you're an employer looking to share a career opportunity, please use the new Sheridan Works! platform to register and create a job posting.
To learn more about connecting with Sheridan students or grads, please email email@example.com.
Check out some of our articles that focus on student success with work-integrated learning.
Industry or community organizations looking to connect with Sheridan faculty and student researchers
Collaborating with industry and community partners to cultivate creative, purposeful and innovative research is a cornerstone of Sheridan.
Our faculty provide specialized expertise in diverse areas of research, while our students bring a fresh perspective and a combination of hard and soft skills that help our partners address complex challenges.
In addition to individual faculty and staff participating in research, Sheridan’s six Research and Incubation Centres facilitate diverse research projects with external partners across a wide spectrum of industries:
- Canadian Music Theatre Project (CMTP)
- Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Design Technologies (CAMDT)
- Centre for Elder Research (CER)
- Centre for Mobile Innovation (CMI)
- EDGE: Entrepreneurship, Discovery and Growth Engine
- Screen Industries Research and Training Centre (SIRT)
The college has a long track record of successful research collaborations. Read about our research projects in our latest Research Annual Report and our top 10 rankings in five categories by Research Infosource Inc.
If you need Sheridan’s help in solving a problem or have a great research idea to collaborate on, connect with our dedicated Research Office team who can help get you started. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out some of our articles that spotlight research success at Sheridan.
Community organizations looking to engage with Sheridan
Sheridan is committed to building mutually beneficial relationships with local community partners to collaboratively address complex issues and opportunities facing our campus-communities in the Peel and Halton Regions for the greater public good.
Stay up to date on campus-community news, events and opportunities by signing up for our Campus-Community Engagement Newsletter.
We’re also committed to addressing systemic barriers to accessing postsecondary education for youth in our surrounding communities from underrepresented groups such as Black and Indigenous students, first-generation students, students from low-income families, newcomers to Canada, learners with disabilities, youth in or leaving the care system or young women in some disciplines.
We're working to create and implement more community outreach programs and resources that increase access and preparedness for postsecondary education. Together, we can amplify our positive impact in the lives of local youth.
Our Director of Community Engagement and Stakeholder Relations, Karen LeMoine, is eager to connect with you about this strategy and how Sheridan and your organization can align.
Check out some of our articles that spotlight community partnerships at Sheridan.
Sheridan graduates looking to stay in touch with the college
Sheridan’s Alumni Office helps its more than 190,000 graduates stay connected to the college, one another and access exclusive discounts and benefits.
The Alumni Office hosts a variety of events including career-focused webinars, film screenings and expert panels, spotlights alumni excellence through articles and a monthly newsletter, and offers a platform for virtual networking: Sheridan Connect.
If you have an inquiry for the Alumni team, email email@example.com and someone will be in touch within two business days. Make sure you also update your contact information to get the latest alumni news right to your inbox.
Check out some of our articles that focus on alumni achievements.
Individuals or groups interested in becoming Sheridan donors
Giving to Sheridan can take many forms. Whether you’re interested in helping students in various programs or helping to build the foundation in which programs reside, there are many ways to impact student success.
Connect with Sheridan’s Advancement team to discuss giving to Sheridan. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or connect by phone at 905-815-4299.
Ready to give to Sheridan? Donate now.
Sheridan College Charitable Registration Number: 107976565 RR0002
Individuals interested in working at Sheridan
Working at Sheridan is an opportunity to contribute to student success in an environment that unleashes creativity, values diversity and fosters personal and professional fulfillment.
Sheridan was named among the Top 100 Canadian Employers by Forbes magazine in 2020.
Visit our Careers page to learn why you’ll love working here and to review our current opportunities.
Check out some of Sheridan's Everyday Heroes — employees who show an exceptional commitment to student success.
Individuals who have story ideas to share with the Sheridan Newsroom team
The Newsroom team is interested in hearing story ideas from the Sheridan community.
Our articles cover a range of topics like teaching and learning, equity and inclusion, arts and design, science and technology, health and wellness, community, research and scholarship, business and entrepreneurship, career development, place and space and sustainability.
Please email email@example.com with your story idea.
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