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What is Cooperative Education?
Cooperative Education (Co-op) is a program which allows students to combine academic study with degree related work experience. Co-op is a perfect way for employers to fill positions with highly motivated student employees with specialized skills. You set the criteria for positions, we do the pre-screening for you. Why not contact one of the many satisfied VSU Co-op employers to see how the program benefits them!
How does it work?
There are four work options:
- Alternating Co-op: Students work full-time, alternating semesters. A minimum of two work semesters is required.
- Parallel Co-ops: Students work 10-20 hours per week while attending VSU a minimum of half-time each semester. A minimum of four work semesters is required.
- Part-time Internship: Students work 10-20 hours per week while attending VSU a minimum of half-time each semester. Can be repeated up to 2 semesters.
- Full-Time Internship: Students work full-time, up to two semesters.
What types of students are available?
There are over 20 majors represented in the VSU Co-op Program, including Accounting, Art, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Computer Science, Nursing, Education, Finance, Management, Marketing, Math, Political Science, Psychology, Public Relations, Sociology, and Telecommunications.
Where is VSU Cooperative Education?
Powell Hall West-1st Floor, Room1100 on main campus.
How do I become a VSU Co-op employer?
If you'd like to become a VSU Co-op employer, call the Co-op Office.
Valdosta State University
Valdosta, GA 31698
A staff member will contact you to discuss your employment needs, refer files of qualified students, and arrange interviews as needed.
There is no charge to you or the student for Co-op services.