The 2014/2015 industrial attachment letters have been send into your emails addresses you submitted to your class representatives.
Students are advised to check their emails and print the letter in color ink and send them to the various organization of their choice.
If you have not received yours or haven’t submitted your email address, please follow this link to do so.
Why do Industrial Attachment?
Industrial Attachments are an excellent way to:
- learn more about a career
- find out what it’s like to work in your potential career
- gain valuable experience to build your resume
- get to know employers and make a solid network
- receive credit for real world experience
Definition and Purpose of an Industrial Attachment
An Industrial Attachment is a structured, credit-bearing work experience in a professional work setting during which the student applies and acquires knowledge and skills. It involves the application of learned skills in an organization related to the students’ major. An Industrial Attachment should challenge the student to examine the values of the organization involved in the experience, and to assess the student’s education as it relates to the Industrial Attachment.
Other benefits of an Industrial Attachment include: 1) exploring career interests, 2) learning new skills, 3) gaining work experience, 4) developing a professional network and 5) understanding workplace expectations.