MES Co-op Program (Employer Information)
The Master’s in Environment and Sustainability (MES) program at Western University is an innovative, one year, course-based graduate program that requires the completion of one four month (minimum of 500 hours), full-time work term for the successful completion of the degree. The co-op work term runs from May-August on a yearly basis and follows two academic terms which allows the students to put their learning directly into practice.
Past employers have hired students for a multitude of reasons, from creating a greenhouse gas inventory to writing policy for procurement to social media and marketing of “green” initiatives. Co-op employers include all levels of government, not-for-profit organizations and public and private companies.
The MES co-op program is a registered co-op program with the Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities and enables an employer to be eligible for the Co-operative Education Tax Credit that can reimburse up to $3000.00 of the costs incurred as a result of hiring a co-op student.
We invite you to participate in this year’s recruitment!