Cooperative Education

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Cooperative Education

A program in which an educational institution combines theoretical study with practical experience. Traditionally, cooperative education alternates semesters between classroom study and full-time, paid employment in a position related to one's field. It is also called work study.
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Today IPSWICH Co-op education Centre, 11 Fore St, IP4 1JW.
OCDC provided co-op education, assisted with business and financial planning, and guided the group through federal and state business filing procedures to legally form the Southern Ohio Growers Cooperative.
An increase in work-integrated-learning via field placements, applied projects, and co-op education.
The dozens of schools that offer co-op education maintained their high rates of placing graduates during the 2008-2009 recession--and continue to do so.
JULIE WALCHLI is the Director of UBC's Arts Co-op Program and has worked in the field of co-operative education since 1997 when she founded the first co-op education program in Arts at UBC in the English Department.
Co-op Education Program with University of Prince Edward Island
Garnet Grosjean reports on a major mixed methods study of Co-op education.
Evaluating Outcomes of Cooperative Education In 2003, NU conducted a retrospective analysis of evaluation data that had been collected from students and nurse managers to evaluate the outcomes of co-op education for nursing students.
The Wyken company can trace their acting roots back to 1930 when a literature and dramatic art study group was formed with the backing of the Co-op education committee.
The college is also one of eight involved in the pilot apprenticeship/diploma co-op program in Manufacturing Engineering Technician/Tool & Die, Metal Machining or Machine Tool Builder & Integrator through which students receive a post-secondary diploma and complete the in-class portion of their apprenticeship in 2 1/2 years (includes 52 weeks of co-op education in industry as a sponsored apprentice).
I entered the co-op education program at my high school and I saw there was no small business selection on the list of occupations.
The first studies were detailed ethnographic studies of high school students in co-op education workplace settings, and the second set of studies included observations and interviews in widely differing work settings.