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CAB 2010 Cooperative Education
CAB 2010 Cooperative Education
CAB 2010 Cooperative Education
CAB 2010 Cooperative Education
CAB 2010 Cooperative Education
CAB 2010 Cooperative Education
CAB 2010 Cooperative Education
CAB 2010 Cooperative Education
CAB 2010 Cooperative Education
CAB 2010 Cooperative Education
CAB 2010 Cooperative Education
CAB 2010 Cooperative Education
CAB 2010 Cooperative Education
CAB 2010 Cooperative Education
CAB 2010 Cooperative Education
CAB 2010 Cooperative Education
CAB 2010 Cooperative Education
CAB 2010 Cooperative Education
CAB 2010 Cooperative Education
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  • 1. Cooperative Education and Internships:
    Career Services Corporate Advisory Board
    June 2010
  • 2.
  • 3. Our co-op students worked in 23 different states
    As recently as the 1999-2000 school year, 43% of
    the students worked on co-ops in Michigan, 24% in Wisconsin, and 11% in Minnesota. The remaining students (22%) worked in 23 other states.
    This past year, 29% worked in Michigan, 34% worked in Wisconsin, 5% worked in Minnesota, and 6% worked in Illinois.
    The remaining students (26%) worked in 19 other states, and four foreign countries (China, Ecuador, Germany, and India).
  • 4.
  • 5. Enrollment in the co-op program was down 50% compared to 2007-2008. Factors that impacted this decrease:
    1) Summer participation was down 64%. Students may have decided not to register their summer work experience as a co-op to save paying for the academic credits, which in many cases would not count toward their academic program.
    2) The economy (national and global) placed many companies into a situation where they needed to cut back on hiring students.
  • 6. Companies Recruiting MTU Co-ops125 at Fall 2008 Career Day 55 at 2009 Winter Job Fair 70 at Fall 2009 Career Fair42 at 2010 Spring Career FairCompanies Recruiting MTU Interns 186 at Fall 2008 Career Day75 at 2009 Winter Job Fair98 at Fall 2009 Career Fair61 at Spring 2010 Career Fair
  • 7. Average hourly salary was down
    Chemical Engineering showed an increase from $18.03/hour in 2008-09 to $18.67/hour
    Civil Engineers went from $13.58/hour in 2008-09 to $13.40
    Mechanical Engineers went from $18.47/hour in 2008-09 to $17.45/hour
    Electrical Engineers experienced the largest decrease, going from $21.40/hour in 2008-09 to $19.07
  • 8. On a positive note, the same percentage of graduating seniors
    (18.7%) went out on a co-op assignment this past year as those who graduated during the 2008-09 school year
    As signs of economic recovery turn more positive, we can only
    hope that companies and organizations make room in their budgets for returning to hiring levels of past years
  • 9. Update on Challenges
    Develop proposal for “no-tuition” co-op at Michigan Tech
    • Timing not right for removing a source of revenue
    Explore the development of Co-op Program Options
    • Incomplete, staffing issues
    • 10. Commitment from employers, economic crisis revealed
    challenges of requiring co-op
    • Demand not apparent, status quo satisfactory
  • Programming Note
    E Forms:
    • Registration
    • 11. Progress Evaluations
    • 12. Final Evaluations
    “Our Co-ops Do That”
    • http://www.career.mtu.edu/coop/our-students/
  • 2009 National Internship and Co-op Study Survey
    Michigan Tech Student Response
  • 13. Rate each item according to how you feel at this point in your life as you look toward your future after college.
  • 14. Rate each item according to how you feel at this point in your life as you look toward your future after college (continued from previous slide).
  • 15. Please rate the importance of each factor below in relation to how important each was in your decision to pursue an internship / co-op.
    (When you rate the factors, please do not rate them all the same.)
  • 16. How important would the following be in your decision to accept an offer of employment from your internship / co-op organization?
  • 17. How important are (were) the following in deciding which internship / co-op to participate in?
  • 18. The following list describes various aspects of the how your internship / co-op assignment
    could be structured. Please rate the importance of each to your overall experience.
  • 19. Which of the following benefits were available to you? (Choose all that apply.)
  • 20. What specifically could employers do to gain visibility on campus? (Optional.)
  • 21. Is there anything in particular you would like to share with employers as it relates to internship or co-op programs? (Optional.)
  • 22. For More Information
    Visit the Co-op web pages at
    • http://www.career.mtu.edu/coop/employers.php
    Learn more about:
    • Benefits of hiring co-ops and interns
    • 23. Responsibilities associated with hiring students
    • 24. Process for hiring co-ops

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