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Internships Lead to Jobs

What are internships and co-ops?

Internships and cooperative education (co-ops) are partnerships.

Employers, schools, and higher ed. students officially join the student’s coursework with business or community service experience. 

The Basics:  

  •  Gain valuable work experience. 
  • Students will have two evaluations. One from their school and one from their employer. 

Are internships and co-ops different?

Internships:

  • Have a clear start and end date. 
  • Students may earn school credit at the end of a successful internship. 
  • Employers may pay students in the form of wages or salaries, stipends, or scholarships.

Co-ops:

  • Work experience that is central and integrated to a student’s coursework.
  • Students earn school credit at the end of a successful the co-op.
  • Employers pay students in the form of wages or salaries.
  • The co-op is part the student’s overall degree or certificate program.

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