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Co-op Program Directory

The Co-operative Education Directory is a comprehensive listing of the post-secondary co-operative education programs of member institutions in Canada.



Official Rules 


All students currently enrolled in the Co-operative Education program at the time of the Contest – are eligible to participate in the Contest.


Prize Entry

In the four weeks leading up to CAFCE’s co-op week, one winner will be chosen who used #coopweek or #hireacoop to bring awareness to the upcoming campaign. For each post you will receive one entry for a $50 gift card.

Each day of National Co-op week, those who post with #coopweek or #hireacoop or complete a daily challenge will be entered to win a $50 gift card.

Grand Prize winners will be chosen from everyone who uses #coopweek or #hireacoop. Prize to be announced.


Contest Timeline

Contest opens for entries:
Date TBC for 2018

Deadline for daily entries:
Each evening at 4:00pm EST

Winners Announced:
Grand prize winners announced by 3:00pm EST on final day of coop week. 


Content Ownership

All responses to our daily challenges become the property of CAFCE. We may use your response to promote future contests, or in summarizing the 2017 contest on the CAFCE websites or websites of our institutional members, as well as on social media associated with CAFCE and its members.


Content Restrictions

Entries must not contain:
•  Nudity, profanity, or vulgar behaviour;
•  Graphic violence, or any inappropriate materials, as determined in CAFCE’s sole discretion. If you are uncertain about any aspect of this matter, please don’t hesitate to ask or email cafce@cafce.ca;
•  Dangerous stunts;
•  Material that is hateful, tortuous, or slanderous;
•  Material that promotes prejudice, hatred or harm against any group or individuals or promotes discrimination or exploitation based on race, sex, religion, disability, age or any other basis protected by federal, provincial or local law;
•  Material that is illegal or in violation of the laws or regulations in any province where the Entry is created.