UBC Arts Co-op Program

Current Students

Co-op Job Search

Access Symplicity online to search for co-op job openings, apply to positions, schedule interviews, and access ongoing co-op news and announcements.

Connect Co-op Community Resource

The Connect Co-op Community Course contains the Online Resource, Discussion boards, and Online Work Term Assignment Archives. To access this course, follow the instructions in Symplicity on the main page after you log in, to self-enrol with your Campus-Wide Login (CWL). Once you self-enrol, you will have access to this course throughout your time in Arts Co-op and after graduation.

Co-op Work Term Assignments

For each co-op work term, you are required to complete and submit several Work Term Professional Development Projects through Connect. You can access this at the start of the term through Connect once you are registered in your ASTU course.

Staying Involved

Arts Co-op Students’ Association (ACSA)

The Arts Co-op Students’ Association (ACSA) is an AMS club that recognizes the need to bring co-op students together and strives to create a community where Arts Co-op students can relate.

In addition to acting as liaisons between students and co-op staff, the ACSA Chairs and Associates manage portfolios such as social-event planning, professional development, mentorship, finance, promotions, publishing, and web development.

How to Get Involved with ACSA

Develop your interpersonal, networking, organizational, and communications skills. Meet and work with other students in the program and liaise with employers and faculty members. If you’re interested in joining ACSA, send an e-mail to acsa.ubc@gmail.com.

For more information about ACSA and any upcoming activities, please check out the ACSA website.

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