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Cooperative Work Experience, commonly called co-op, is a great resource available to all qualified Career Center students. Co-op is more than “just a job.” It allows you to evaluate what type of work you want to do, get real-world experience in the field you are studying, try out a variety of career interests, receive valuable training in technical skills, and learn the soft-skills required for successful employment.
Co-op experiences can be paid or unpaid and they can range in time from just a few hours to a long-term placement. Co-op experiences look impressive on a resume!
For more information, please contact Len Schmidt, Cooperative Education Coordinator via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (802) 382-1005.
Once you’ve talked with your program Instructor and you both have decided that Coop may be for you, you can use the links below to get started.