Over 1,200 businesses hire ÉTS co-op interns.
"The first thing that I say to ÉTS interns in welcoming them is that they’re here for an “exchange of best processes”: I expect them to give 120% of themselves, and in return, they have access to our knowledge and all our resources. I’m never disappointed. They come here with new ideas, and we have a lot of informal discussions with them – it’s very rewarding, for them as much as for us! This allows us to keep in touch with the latest research and innovations, to keep ourselves up-to-date," explains Maxime Dupont, mechanical engineer and manager of R & D at Primatech.Learn more
Welcoming students has an undeniable advantage, that of making ourselves known! The Drummondville regional economy is booming, and we often have to hire new engineers,Learn more