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College of DuPage Career Services Center
The center provides job search training and employee assistance.
Service Learning blends classroom learning with community involvement. For more information contact Career Services: (630) 942-2230.
Cooperative Education and Internships
What is Cooperative Education (Co-op)?
Cooperative education (Co-op) provides a guided learning experience for students. It combines a triad of interacting pieces: the employer, the Co-op faculty advisor and the student to generate a unique learning environment.
How does Co-op work?
Students who qualify meet with a Co-op faculty advisor to determine if a current or potential position offers appropriate level responsibilities to qualify as a Co-op position. The Co-op faculty advisor, the student and the workplace supervisor then work together to design a tailor-made learning experience for the student.
How does a person qualify for Co-op?
Student must have earned 15 semester hours in Business Management or related courses with a grade average of "C" or better to qualify for Co-op.
How many Co-op credit hours can I apply toward my A.A.S. degree?
Students can apply one semester hour towards the A.A.S in Accounting degree.
How can I learn more about Co-op?
To learn more about Co-op, students can contact the Cooperative Education Office, located in the Career Services Center, SRC 1490, (630) 942-2611; or Jeannie Folk, Accounting professor, (630) 942-3082, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gainful Employment Information
View information about this program, including estimated cost and employment opportunities.
Maureen McBeth, Coordinator
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 1740, (630) 942-2879
Bev Carlson, Program Support Specialist
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 1526, (630) 942-2140
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