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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And officers conducting enquiries in Great Bridge Industrial Estate uncovered the Audi A5 -- stolen in Leicestershire weeks before their robbery spree -- plus two axes, balaclavas, a builder's bag and a jacket worn by Walker during the Co-Op job.
Flowers quit his PS132,000-a-year Co-op job in May after the bank lost PS700million this year.
We offer a differentiated learning environment, yet we also have all the extracurricular activities, competitive athletics, and the fantastic opportunity to have a co-op job before they graduate.
I learned more about the job market after I started co-oping and interning Take summers off and find an engineering internship or co-op job.
In contrast, 25% (n = 10) of the participants found validation in their career goals through having a relevant job, which was a continuation of the co-op job organized by the high school CTE program.
The course exposes students to co-op job opportunities in acute care, community, ambulatory care, and long-term care settings.
I decided to find or create my own Co-op job, and I began to network.
This case study focused on a biotechnology education and training program that includes 2 years of science coursework at the high school level, a year of science coursework at the community college level, paid summer laboratory internships for the high school students, and a year-round co-op job for the college students.
We collected both quantitative data (like the number of different co-op and career jobs they held before retirement) and qualitative data (like reflective papers written just after each co-op job and saved in our archive and interviews with them as retired adults).
Lori Mingus studied computer networking at Lane, and for her co-op job, she helped install a wide area network linking the computers in an entire school district.
The Richmond High School graduate spent nearly two years at the University of Cincinnati, then returned to his hometown when he lost his co-op job at the National Automatic Tool Co.
It's not intimidating because I've worked with adults since I was 18 at my co-op job, doing professional presentations and reports at work.