What is cooperative education?
Cooperative education, or "co-op," combines your classroom education with practical, hands-on work experience. You can spend one or more semesters working in your field while remaining a student at Tech. A professor from your department will serve as your instructor, monitoring your progress. Co-op students must be full-time, degree-seeking students who have completed a minimum of 30 credit hours at Tech and are in good academic standing, with a minimum GPA of 2.5.
The forms needed to enroll in the Cooperative Education course are below. These completed forms, along with an unofficial transcript, must be returned to Career Services.
Program Application Form
It is also recommended that students talk with Financial Aid prior to leaving for co-op to verify the status of any scholarships or other forms of aid.
All current Tech students are able to check out clothing from our new Career Closet. Print and complete the following form and return to Career Services. The Career Closet is located in the Student Affairs Office.
Career Closet Check-Out Agreement
All graduating students need to complete a Career Services Survey of Post-Graduation Plans. The survey is administered though Survey Monkey at the URL provided; http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/3QWZN5K, allowing for total confidentiality. This survey is beneficial to all students, as well as alumni.