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Cooperative Education
      Cincinnati State
Cincinnati State was founded
    on the principle that
education occurs best when
  classroom instruction is
 reinforced by related work
experience acquired through
   Cooperative Education.
Defining the Terms

 Co-op vs. Internship: What’s
       the Difference?
Integration of
Experiential      classroom
                learning with
 Learning       practical work
                experience…
Defining the Terms – Co-op

• Specific semesters at academic institutions.
• Specific, multiple semesters of employment
  that are:
  • paid
  • evaluated
  • career-choice related with increasing
    responsibility
  • most often for academic credit
Defining the Terms – Internship

• Specific semesters at academic
  institutions.
• Specific semester of employment that may
  be:
  •   Paid or unpaid
  •   evaluated
  •   related or unrelated to major
  •   academic credit or no credit
Who Benefits?

     Students
    Employers
  Cincinnati State
Students

• Enhances students marketability by providing valuable
  degree-related work experience.
• Provides academic credit toward graduation.
• Enables students to earn money to help defray college
  expenses.
• Develops professional competence and business skills.
• Helps students gain exposure to the world of work.
• Integrates classroom instruction with work experiences.
• Helps develop long range career goals and clarification
  of career goals.
Employers

• Increases cost-effectiveness of recruitment and
  training.
• Provides an opportunity to evaluate employees prior
  to a decision regarding full-time employment.
• Allows flexibility in staffing needs.
• Brings state-of-the-art technical knowledge to the
  workplace.
• Fosters relationships with the academic community.
Cincinnati State

• Provides recognition in the community.
• Serves as a recruitment tool for new students.
• Increases retention of current students.
• Fosters relationships with the business community.
• Keeps curriculums relevant to the workplace.
• Helps to develop scholarship opportunities from local
  businesses.
• Maintains our national exposure and reputation.
How Does Co-op Work?
Overview of How Co-op Works


• Centralized/Decentralized
• Optional/Mandatory
• Academic Credit/Non credit
How Co-op Works at Cincinnati State



 • Decentralized
 • Mandatory
 • Academic Credit
BT 9200 - Professional
Practices
   Career Exploration
   Resume Writing
   Business Etiquette
   Professional Presence
   Interviewing
   PlacePro Basics
   Business Ethics
Co-op Process
The Process
•   Student Recruitment/Orientation
•   Faculty Participation
•   Job Development
•   Employer Relations
•   Interview Process
•   Placement
•   Monitoring and Supervision
•   On-Site Visits
•   Reports and Evaluations
•   Assignment Completion/Credit Granted
What Positions Qualify?
A position may qualify for co-op if:
 • The student will be paid for work performed.
 • The job relates to a curriculum or career choice
   of students.
 • The employer will supervise the student at work
   and evaluate the performance.
 • A faculty member may visit the student and
   supervisor on the job.
 • The possibility exists for student growth on the
   job, coinciding with advanced coursework.
How Students Participate

• Student eligibility requirements differ with
  each program.

• Must be fully admitted to a program or major.

• Most require “C” or better GPA over specific
  coursework prior to participation.
Types of Positions

• Fulltime – typically 32-40 hours/week
  – Alternating semesters vs. Back-to-
    Back

• Part-time – 20-31 hours/week
  – Parallel – go to school and work
Next Steps

Contact a Co-op Coordinator for
          more help.
Business Division Coordinators
•   Yvonne Baker Accounting, Pre-Business Administration, Business Financial Services
         Phone: 513-569-4942 E-mail: yvonne.baker@cincinnatistate.edu

•   Kelly Harper Culinary Arts, Dietetics, Hospitality Management, & Pastry Arts
          Phone: 513-569-1647 E-mail: kelly.harper@cincinnatistate.edu

•   Scott Holubetz Culinary Arts, Dietetics, Hospitality Management, & Pastry Arts
          Phone: 513-569-5814 E-mail: scott.holubetz@cincinnatistate.edu

•   Joe Roberts Automotive Service Management, Graphic Imaging, Landscape Horticulture,
         Turfgrass Management, Real Estate, International Trade Management
         Phone: 513-569-1634 E-mail: joseph.roberts@cincinnatistate.edu

•   Adam Waits Administrative Assistant, Legal Assistant, Medical Administrative Assistant,
        Business Management, Marketing Management, Project Management
        Phone: 513-569-4847 E-mail: adam.waits@cincinnatistate.edu
Center for Innovative Technologies
    Coordinators
•    Sue Dolan - Aviation Maintenance Tech., Biomedical Equipment and Information Systems
          Technology, Chemical Technology, Electrical Engineering Technology, Power
          Systems Engineering Technology
          Phone: 513-569-1774 E-mail: sue.dolan@cincinnatistate.edu
•    Andrea Feld - Audio/Video Production, Graphic Design, Multimedia and Web Design,
          Industrial Design Technology, Computer Programming, Database Management
           Phone: 513-569-1457 E-mail: andrea.feld@cincinnatistate.edu
•    Maya Franklin - Civil Engineering Tech (Surveying, Construction Management,
           Architecture), Environment Engineering Technology, Environmental Engineering
           Technology Wastewater Management
           Phone: 513-569.1648 E-mail: maya.franklin@cincinnatistate.edu
•    Noelle Grome - Computer Programming and Data Base Management, Software
           Engineering Technology, and Business Information Systems, Computer
           Network Engineering Technology, Network Administration, PC Support and
           Administration
           Phone: 513-569-4693 E-mail: melissa.grome@cincinnatistate.edu
•    Kim Richards - Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology, Mechanical Engineering
           Technology, Renewable Energy, Laser Technology
           Phone: 513-569-1771 E-mail: kimberly.richards@cincinnatistate.edu
Health & Public Safety Coordinators

 • Janelle Gohn - Medical Laboratory Technology
      Phone: 513-569-1688
      E-mail: janelle.gohn@cincinnatistate.edu

 • Mickey Weber - Public Safety Technology /
   Bioscience
       Phone: 513-236-2897
       E-mail: mmweber@cincinnatistate.edu
Humanities & Science Coordinators

• Jayne Martin Dressing - Transfer degrees-
  Associate of Arts, Associate of Science
      Phone: 513-569-4778
      E-mail: jayne.dressing@cincinnatistate.edu
• Susan Munn - Transfer degrees- Associate of
  Arts, Associate of Science
      Phone: 513-569-4990
      E-mail: susan.munn@cincinnatistate.edu
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Co op slideshare presentation

  • 1. Cooperative Education Cincinnati State
  • 2. Cincinnati State was founded on the principle that education occurs best when classroom instruction is reinforced by related work experience acquired through Cooperative Education.
  • 3. Defining the Terms Co-op vs. Internship: What’s the Difference?
  • 4. Integration of Experiential classroom learning with Learning practical work experience…
  • 5. Defining the Terms – Co-op • Specific semesters at academic institutions. • Specific, multiple semesters of employment that are: • paid • evaluated • career-choice related with increasing responsibility • most often for academic credit
  • 6. Defining the Terms – Internship • Specific semesters at academic institutions. • Specific semester of employment that may be: • Paid or unpaid • evaluated • related or unrelated to major • academic credit or no credit
  • 7. Who Benefits? Students Employers Cincinnati State
  • 8. Students • Enhances students marketability by providing valuable degree-related work experience. • Provides academic credit toward graduation. • Enables students to earn money to help defray college expenses. • Develops professional competence and business skills. • Helps students gain exposure to the world of work. • Integrates classroom instruction with work experiences. • Helps develop long range career goals and clarification of career goals.
  • 9. Employers • Increases cost-effectiveness of recruitment and training. • Provides an opportunity to evaluate employees prior to a decision regarding full-time employment. • Allows flexibility in staffing needs. • Brings state-of-the-art technical knowledge to the workplace. • Fosters relationships with the academic community.
  • 10. Cincinnati State • Provides recognition in the community. • Serves as a recruitment tool for new students. • Increases retention of current students. • Fosters relationships with the business community. • Keeps curriculums relevant to the workplace. • Helps to develop scholarship opportunities from local businesses. • Maintains our national exposure and reputation.
  • 11. How Does Co-op Work?
  • 12. Overview of How Co-op Works • Centralized/Decentralized • Optional/Mandatory • Academic Credit/Non credit
  • 13. How Co-op Works at Cincinnati State • Decentralized • Mandatory • Academic Credit
  • 14. BT 9200 - Professional Practices  Career Exploration  Resume Writing  Business Etiquette  Professional Presence  Interviewing  PlacePro Basics  Business Ethics
  • 16. The Process • Student Recruitment/Orientation • Faculty Participation • Job Development • Employer Relations • Interview Process • Placement • Monitoring and Supervision • On-Site Visits • Reports and Evaluations • Assignment Completion/Credit Granted
  • 17. What Positions Qualify? A position may qualify for co-op if: • The student will be paid for work performed. • The job relates to a curriculum or career choice of students. • The employer will supervise the student at work and evaluate the performance. • A faculty member may visit the student and supervisor on the job. • The possibility exists for student growth on the job, coinciding with advanced coursework.
  • 18. How Students Participate • Student eligibility requirements differ with each program. • Must be fully admitted to a program or major. • Most require “C” or better GPA over specific coursework prior to participation.
  • 19. Types of Positions • Fulltime – typically 32-40 hours/week – Alternating semesters vs. Back-to- Back • Part-time – 20-31 hours/week – Parallel – go to school and work
  • 20. Next Steps Contact a Co-op Coordinator for more help.
  • 21. Business Division Coordinators • Yvonne Baker Accounting, Pre-Business Administration, Business Financial Services Phone: 513-569-4942 E-mail: yvonne.baker@cincinnatistate.edu • Kelly Harper Culinary Arts, Dietetics, Hospitality Management, & Pastry Arts Phone: 513-569-1647 E-mail: kelly.harper@cincinnatistate.edu • Scott Holubetz Culinary Arts, Dietetics, Hospitality Management, & Pastry Arts Phone: 513-569-5814 E-mail: scott.holubetz@cincinnatistate.edu • Joe Roberts Automotive Service Management, Graphic Imaging, Landscape Horticulture, Turfgrass Management, Real Estate, International Trade Management Phone: 513-569-1634 E-mail: joseph.roberts@cincinnatistate.edu • Adam Waits Administrative Assistant, Legal Assistant, Medical Administrative Assistant, Business Management, Marketing Management, Project Management Phone: 513-569-4847 E-mail: adam.waits@cincinnatistate.edu
  • 22. Center for Innovative Technologies Coordinators • Sue Dolan - Aviation Maintenance Tech., Biomedical Equipment and Information Systems Technology, Chemical Technology, Electrical Engineering Technology, Power Systems Engineering Technology Phone: 513-569-1774 E-mail: sue.dolan@cincinnatistate.edu • Andrea Feld - Audio/Video Production, Graphic Design, Multimedia and Web Design, Industrial Design Technology, Computer Programming, Database Management Phone: 513-569-1457 E-mail: andrea.feld@cincinnatistate.edu • Maya Franklin - Civil Engineering Tech (Surveying, Construction Management, Architecture), Environment Engineering Technology, Environmental Engineering Technology Wastewater Management Phone: 513-569.1648 E-mail: maya.franklin@cincinnatistate.edu • Noelle Grome - Computer Programming and Data Base Management, Software Engineering Technology, and Business Information Systems, Computer Network Engineering Technology, Network Administration, PC Support and Administration Phone: 513-569-4693 E-mail: melissa.grome@cincinnatistate.edu • Kim Richards - Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Renewable Energy, Laser Technology Phone: 513-569-1771 E-mail: kimberly.richards@cincinnatistate.edu
  • 23. Health & Public Safety Coordinators • Janelle Gohn - Medical Laboratory Technology Phone: 513-569-1688 E-mail: janelle.gohn@cincinnatistate.edu • Mickey Weber - Public Safety Technology / Bioscience Phone: 513-236-2897 E-mail: mmweber@cincinnatistate.edu
  • 24. Humanities & Science Coordinators • Jayne Martin Dressing - Transfer degrees- Associate of Arts, Associate of Science Phone: 513-569-4778 E-mail: jayne.dressing@cincinnatistate.edu • Susan Munn - Transfer degrees- Associate of Arts, Associate of Science Phone: 513-569-4990 E-mail: susan.munn@cincinnatistate.edu