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Both the co-op and internship programs provide students with valuable experience that enhances resumes and makes students more attractive candidates for jobs after graduation. In addition, the assignments help students off-set the costs of academic life—all positions are paid and some include benefits.
Undergraduate students who seek a co-op or internship are encouraged to register with our office and go through an orientation and advisement process. Only students who complete this process are eligible to be referred by our staff to employers for their co-op and internship needs.
We are an organization that seeks to help students in the College of Engineering gain professional experience. We have two programs to fit the needs of students – the Co-op Program and the Internship Program. Both of these programs provide students with valuable experience that enhances resumes and makes students more attractive candidates for jobs after they graduate. In addition to the experience that students gain from participating in the Co-op or Internship Program, the assignments also help students offset the costs of academic life, for all positions are paid and some include benefits.
A professional practice assignment in the form of a co-op or internship is the key to adding experience to your education.
- Earn Money for School—Engineering Students earn a competitive salary while on assignment. On average, average co-op students can earn $36,000 over three semesters of work.
- Scholarship Program—Over $80,000 in scholarships are awarded annually to qualified co-op students.
- Geographical Opportunities—Engineering co-op and internship assignment are available throughout the US.