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Welcome to the Ontario Cooperative Education Association (OCEA) website, the leading provincial association in the promotion and support of sound educational practices for all Experiential Learning practitioners. 

You are welcome to explore our website and consider membership, which will provide you with further benefits such as timely announcements, a source for having questions answered, discounts on resources, symposiums and conferences just to mention a few. > OCEA Chair's Message



2017 OCEA Spring Conference
Going Beyond ...Expanding Futures
April 23rd, 24th and 25th, 2017

The Westin Prince, Toronto
900 York Mills Road
North York, ON M3B 3H2

Keep checking our website for further details!!

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Individual taking Cooperative Education AQ Part One
Single Membership: $19.07 + $2.48 (HST) = $21.55

  • Candidate attending Teacher’s College;
  • Individual taking Cooperative Education AQ Part One;
  • Must provide a photocopy of relevant documentation showing status of associate membership to OCEA at: OCEA, 35 Reynar Drive, Quispamsis, NB E2G 1J9 or

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