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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Employers will receive an additional $1 an hour under the Student Summer Skills Incentive and $1.50 an hour through the Co-op Education Incentive.
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. Most programs at SENRS have a work-integrated learning component.
School-to-Work Programs: Lessons from Cincinnati's Co-op Education
Through co-op education, students gain valuable experience that helps them land jobs after graduation.
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. In this very solid chapter, the author locates the student experience in the theoretical frames developed by Bourdieu around social capital and by Wenger on learning communities.
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).