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The Association for Co-operative Education in British Columbia/Yukon (ACE)

The Association for Co-operative Education in British Columbia/Yukon (ACE) is a provincial non-profit organization of all post-secondary institutions in the region that offer Co-operative Education programs.

Through Co-op, students integrate paid, relevant work experience with their academic programs. The Association strives to:

  • promote Co-operative Education to both employers and students
  • provide support for Co-op professionals
  • provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and experiences
  • liaise with other organizations involved in related activities

 

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News

  • Message from the President - December 2013

    Julie Walchli - ACE President:

  • Future Search: Imagine ACE's Next 5 Years (PD Event)

    Future Search: Imagining ACE’s next 5 years

  • 2008 Student of the Year
    Dorian Gangloff (University of British Columbia) Named ACE 2008 Co-op Student of the Year (Universities)
  • 2008 Co-op Student of the Year
    Jennifer LeMercier (Camosun College) Named ACE 2008 Co-op Student of the Year (Colleges)
  • 2009 Student of the Year
    Katherine Williams (Camosun College) Named ACE 2009 Co-op Student of the Year (Colleges)
  • 2009 Student of the Year
    Mona Jalili (Simon Fraser University) Named ACE 2009 Co-op Student of the Year (Universities)
  • 2010 Student of the Year
    Megan Magee (University of British Columbia) Named ACE 2010 Co-op Student of the Year (Universities)
  • 2010 Student of the Year
    Brie Ansell named 2010 Student of the Year
  • 2011 Student of the Year
    Jaimy Simmonds (Camosun College) Named ACE 2011 Co-op Student of the Year (Colleges)

Testimonials

  • Ministry of Forests
    The students have proven to be very valuable employees.
    >> Read the Article
  • Trail & District Public Library
    His optimistic attitude and diverse abilities were excellent, especially for working independently on a demanding project.
    >> Read the Article
  • CFB Chilliwack
    CFB Chilliwack has employed five different co-op students and each has made a valuable contribution...
    >> Read the Article