Education Partner – Mohawk College


Mohawk College is open for business and ready to partner with Burlington and Halton employers.

Together with more than 1,000 college partners from the private, public and non-profits sectors, Mohawk transforms 30,000 students and apprentices into future-ready graduates every year.

Mohawk works with employers to create unique opportunities where students hone their skills and gain invaluable real-world experience. Employers offer co-operative work terms, placements and internships and work directly with students, faculty and staff on capstone and applied research projects that bring innovation solutions to market. These hands-on experiences pay immediate dividends for employers when they hire job-ready Mohawk graduates.

To learn more about how Mohawk can give your business a competitive advantage, go to mohawkcollege.ca/openforbusiness.


On November 9, 2015, the Burlington Economic Development Corporation in partnership with Mohawk College gave businesses from Halton an exclusive tour of Mohawk’s state-of-the-art research labs and the opportunities available to them at the College.

Connect with Mohawk College

Mohawk College is always ready and available to meet one-on-one with Burlington Businesses to explore potential partnerships and assistance the College can provide.

For more information, please contact:

Andrea Johnson
Promotions and Industry Liaison Officer, Mohawk College
Tel: 905-575-1212, ext 4082
Email: andrea.johnson4@mohawkcollege.ca
Web: mohawkcollege.ca/ideaworks

Workforce Recruitment

Let Co-op Services at Mohawk College assist you with your recruitment needs. Whether you are looking to hire a Co-op student or post jobs for students and graduates, we will connect you with exceptional candidates.

Host a Lunch and Learn Information Session. Mohawk will coordinate and organize the event for you as per your requirements. This is a great venue for you to promote your organization and recruitment opportunities to students in targeted program areas.

The Co-operative Education Tax Credit (CETC) is a refundable tax credit. The CETC is available to employers who hire students enrolled in a co-operative education program at an Ontario college or university. The CETC is based on salaries and wages paid to a student in a co-operative education work placement. The maximum credit for each work placement is $3,000. Most work placements are for a minimum employment period of 10 weeks up to a maximum of four months.