A Co-op work term will provide the student with opportunities to: . experience personal and professional growth; . enhance employability skills; . confirm concentration and/or career path; and . develop a network of relevant industry contacts. NVIT Co-operative Education may also connect students with Indigenous organizations and First Nations communities who will hire students into culturally relevant co-op opportunities. Co-op is an academic program and work-term assignments are mandatory to satisfy the academic requirements for NVIT. Each work term will require student goal setting; an individual on-site evaluation; the student's work term report and a performance evaluation from the hosting employer. Work term reports are due at the end of every four-month long work term. Details are in the Co-op Student Handbook. 2023/05/02-2023/06/06 Work Term for COOP Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced