Career Services Office
Career Services Consultant
Cooperative Education and Internships offer qualifying students the opportunity to examine their chosen field first hand. Cooperative Education opportunities allow students to have a paid work experience while earning academic credit. These opportunities require the approval of a faculty advisor. Internship experiences may be paid or unpaid and range from short-term projects to full-time work assignments lasting the length of a term. Both programs enable you to apply the theories you have learned to work situations and to obtain valuable on-the-job experience. Interested students should contact career services for full information.
What is the difference between an internship and a co-op?
Both programs enable students to apply the theories learned to work situations and to obtain valuable on-the-job experience. Interested students should contact the career services office.