UWindsor gets you career-ready by offering lots of hands-on learning experiences — co-op placements, practicums, exchanges, labs, and community service-learning opportunities.
The Joyce Entrepreneurship Centre is home to the Entrepreneurship Practice and Innovation Centre also known as the EPICentre, Career Development and Experiential Learning.
From makerspace to incubation space, the EPICentre is the place where like-minded students meet, industry professionals network, and mentors offer advice.
Career Development & Experiential Learning's advisors help students build bridges between the classroom and working world by offering programs and resources designed to assist with career planning, job search
strategies, resume writing, interview preparation, and more.
Our career experts and peer advisors offer free workshops and one-on-one advice. We’ll help you with your job search and career plans and practice interviewing with you. We post job openings and we arrange networking opportunities
with local, national and international employers.
Got a great idea? Want to build your entrepreneurial skills? From makerspace to incubation space, EPICentre is the place where you can meet like-minded students, network with industry professionals and connect with mentors. Stop by
today to find out how you can Be EPIC!
Earn money while building your skills through UWindsor’s Ignite program. It funds 400 part-time student jobs on campus each year.
Help others and build your resume by getting career- related experience at a non-profit or publicly funded agency.
Come to UWindsor and see the world. We offer exchange programs with 62 universities in 23 countries.
Our partnerships with Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment and the Fiat Chrysler Canada Research and Development Centre include internships and research opportunities for UWindsor students.
We will document all skills you’ve gained and experiences you’ve had while at UWindsor to show employers and graduate schools what sets you apart. It’s a great addition to your resume and academic transcript.
Stand out from the crowd by mixing career-related, full-time, paid work experience into your academic studies. More than 250 companies post placements and internships in Ontario, Canada, and internationally.
Co-op & Internship students will participate in a mandatory job-readiness program (non-credit) through the Co-operative Education and Workplace Partnerships office. “Transform – Becoming a Professional with Purpose” is a new
modular job readiness program that prepares students for their work terms while building soft skills and professional development during their work placement(s).
"The co-op program has provided me with the opportunity to learn from very talented and accomplished individuals."
Eric Parker 4th Year Bachelor of Applied Science Honours Electrical and Computer Engineering Co-op Student
"I hope to align myself with not just an employer but mentors who see my potential and have the resources to help me fly!"
Felicia Bleary 4th Year Bachelor of Commerce Honours Business Administration Co-op Student
"Co-op program paved the way to go beyond my limits, solving complex problems and learning from exceptionally talented and encouraging mentors transforming me into an experienced and confident professional."
Jai Priyadarshi 4th Year Bachelor of Computer Science Honours Co-op Student
Windsor/Essex County is a beautiful region situated in the heart of the Great Lakes. We enjoy the warmest climate in Ontario, with a long Summer and short Winter. Come see us, you won’t want to leave.
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