2006 - 2007
What do you need to graduate?
4 credits in English
3 credits in Math
2 credits in Science
1 credit in Canadian History
1 credit in Canadian Geography
1 credit in the Arts
1 credit in Health and Physical Education
1 credit in French as a second language
.5 credit in Career Studies
.5 credits in Civics
Plus ONE credit from EACH group:
1 additional credit in English, a third language, social
sciences and the humanities, or Canadian and world
studies, OR guidance and career education OR
1 additional credit in health and physical education,
or the arts, or business studies, OR Cooperative
1 additional credit in science, or technological
education, OR cooperative education
An interview will be scheduled for you with your
Your interests and placement choices are
discussed during the first interview.
There is no guarantee that you will get an
interview with your first or second choice, but
we do try our best.
You will be given the date and time
of your placement interview.
You will also be given a grey folder
which contains information that you
must take with you to the placement
You must take your cover letter,
resume and the grey folder with
the ‘Employer Evaluation Form’
to the placement interview.
18 Spruce Street SAMPLE COVER LETTER PAGE 4
April 8, 2004
Mr. John Black
Blues & Sons Ltd.
12 Ash Street
Dear Mr. Black:
Please accept the enclosed resume as my application for a cooperative education position at Blues & Sons Ltd.
As can be noted by my resume, I am presently a student at St. Gabriel’s High School. I am concentrating my studies in the
business area. I am an organized individual with excellent work habits and I feel I could make a positive contribution to
My career aspirations are directed towards accounting and my related skills and knowledge would be enhanced with this
I look forward to the opportunity of gaining valuable experience with Blues & Sons Ltd.
ANN WHITE SAMPLE RESUME PAGE 7
18 Spruce Street
2000-present St. Gabriel’s High School, Brantford
Courses include: Cooperative Education, Accounting
Grade 12 student
Jan. 2002-Present Roots, Brantford
Supervisor: Mr. Fred Yellow Phone: 757-7777
Responsibilities include: assisting customers,
handling cash, inventory
June 1999-Jan. 2002 Burger King, Brantford
Supervisor: Mr. Jim Pink Phone: 755-8888
SHORT ORDER COOK
Responsibilities included: cooking food, cleaning duties,
COOPERATIVE EDUCATION EXPERIENCE:
Feb. 2003 - June 2003 Noah’s Ark Preschool Centre, Brantford
Supervisor: Ms. Susan Purple Phone: 755-3333
CHILD CARE ASSISTANT
Responsibilities included: supervising and entertaining
children between the ages of 1-5
July 2003 John Noble Home, Brantford
Supervisor: Mr. Brad Orange Phone: 750-6666
Responsibilities included: helping elderly with crafts, porting to and from
SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:
Business Certificate June 2003
St. John's Ambulance Standard First Aide 2002
Grade 8 Piano
swimming, bronze medal
HOBBIES AND INTERESTS:
sports, reading, piano
Mrs. Anna Green
Sears Canada Inc.
84 Oak Street
Follow up with a thank you letter
You must return the ‘Employer’s
Interview Form’ to the Co-op office.
Note: The employer may decide to
keep this form and fax it back to the