Summer Practicum Reassignment

Supervisors depend upon summer practicum workers for summer assistance and are unlikely to replace students after the summer has begun. As such, students are encouraged to take their commitments seriously and to inform supervisors of all summer plans (including class plans) prior to accepting a position so that it can be factored into the hiring decision. If a student leaves a summer practicum position under negative circumstances (e.g., does not fulfill his / her commitment, does not perform satisfactorily) the College reserves the right to deny the student the opportunity to secure another summer practicum position. As well, supervisors may submit a Student Labor Evaluation documenting the negative work performance. Even in cases of mutual release, students are expected to provide a two-week notice to the supervisor.