- published: 30 May 2013
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The U of L Co-operative Education program was the first business co-op program in Alberta and, since then, has grown to involve more than 100 employers and 300 Management students each year. It is designed to bring both employers and students together for their mutual benefit. Co-op placements offer students paid, full-time work with top employers in their field of study, and employers gain an effective recruiting strategy for future permanent employees. http://www.uleth.ca/management/
Since 1919, Drexel's world-renowned cooperative education (co-op) program has prepared our students for the future. Drexel Co-op provides professional employment experience, giving students the opportunity to explore and build a career before they enter the workforce. Curricula are developed to prepare students for their co-op, and students return to class with professional insight that enhances the academic experience in exciting and meaningful ways. Learn more about the co-op program at Drexel.
In case you don't know about college co-op programs, imagine getting well-paid temporary work experience while you are going to college, AND having a pretty good chance of getting hired permanently by that same company after you graduate! If that sounds good to you, be sure to choose a college that offers a well-developed co-op program. In this video, The College Money Mom gives you more details about this growing trend. Here is a link to a list of co-op programs from US News: http://colleges.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-colleges/rankings/internship-programs
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In this video we attempt to look at what are the differences and similarities around working in Canada through CO-OP programs or internships. Contact Details FaceBook - http://goo.gl/NVi8fl Twitter - https://twitter.com/ali_satchu E-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org www.fastedu.ca
Securing your first Co-operative Education work term isn't always easy! It takes hard work, a good attitude and a willingness to seek guidance from your coordinators. SFU Beedie School of Business student Vy Do, originally from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, talks about her experience in the Co-op program.
This video is part of the Introduction to Cooperative Education course for Engineering students at the University of Cincinnati. In this video we discuss the history and philosophy of cooperative education, what experiential learning is, and the unique policies and procedures for co-op at the University of Cincinnati.
If you’re looking to gain valuable international work experience while you attend school in Canada, a co-op or internship program might be right for you! Many Canadian colleges and universities offer internship work programs to enhance the academic curriculum with hands on real world industry experience. Typically, students spend alternating semesters between learning in the classroom and then applying that knowledge through an on the job internship in their field of study. Read more on http://bit.ly/1sPzp9Y
This video is part of the Introduction to Cooperative Education course for Engineering students at the University of Cincinnati. In this video we discuss some useful tips from employers on developing a resume for a co-op job search.
The Measuring the Co-operative Difference Research Network at www.cooperativedifference.coop offers this webinar recording (live webinar was held March 12, 2014). The Measuring the Co-operative Difference Research Network is presenting this webinar to explore how the co-operative sector employs their 5th principle of co-operation - education, training and information. The featured speakers are Karen Miner, Christina Clamp and Erin Hancock. Karen will speak about the status of a current study for the 2014 International Summit Co-operatives on the state of co-operative management education. Also, she will profile the International Consortium of Leaders in Co-operative Business Education - a new, global network of institutions providing education and training for co-operative enterprises. ...
Our innovative cooperative education model is launching this fall. This program will allow you to gain valuable work experience and attain your bachelor’s degree while significantly minimizing your student debt. https://lakeland.edu/coop
Co-op stores sell local and organic food and other products that are earth-friendly. Watch a co-op store clerk on the job. Meet Steven McKnight, a store clerk and cashier at the Crow Wing Food Co-op in Brainerd. For more information: http://www.iseek.org/industry/green/careers/co-op-store-clerk.html
Lizzie Stoots is a senior studying education at Wichita State University. She says she has found a passion for special education through her co-op position with Wichita Public Schools. Once she gets her bachelor's degree, she plans on getting her master's in special education.