New co-op mentorship program seeks experienced co-op students
Published on November 29 2013
Jackie Crawford has a knack for playing matchmaker.
The Mentorship Plus co-ordinator knows how to work her magic, pairing students together in a mentor-protégé relationship so they get the most out of their university experience.
Soon Crawford will be putting her skills to use for another program that will connect experienced co-op students with co-op rookies to help them achieve work term success.
Called Co-op Match, the new program is a partnership between Mentorship Plus and the Co-op Programs Office. The search for mentors, who have completed at least one work term, to work with junior co-op students officially begins Dec. 1.