We sincerely hope that no one experiences problems on co-op but if you do, please tell a professional; harassment may escalate when problems are not reported.
If you are enrolled in co-op, you should read this story that educates co-op students about harassment in the workplace.
Educating co-op students about workplace harassment [ https://uwaterloo.ca/stories/educating-co-op-students-about-workplace-harassment]
If you experience problems on co-op, you are encouraged to approach your CECA student advisor, or to approach one of the two CECA advisors who specialize in reports of harassment.
Harassment and Discrimination [https://uwaterloo.ca/co-operative-education/prepare-work/work-term/harassment-and-discrimination]
In addition, the Office on Conflict Management and Human Rights has a very useful page on sexual harassment — what it is, and what to do if it happens to you, whether it happens while on study term or on co-op. It also lists a number of people who you can talk to, and their contact information.
Sexual Harassment [https://uwaterloo.ca/conflict-management-human-rights/sexual-harassment]
Campus Resources [https://uwaterloo.ca/conflict-management-human-rights/campus-resources]
You can also speak to Counselling Services. They provide a variety of resources to help you if you are experiencing harassment.
Counselling Services [https://uwaterloo.ca/counselling-services/]
You can contact Jo Atlee [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org], the Director of WiCS, if you are not supported by the above professionals.