Virtually every businessperson we talk to tells us they have difficulty finding skilled and motivated employees, especially when they are looking for potential managers and leaders.
We have, and continuing to develop, a Co-op Option for the program to meet that need.
Through the Co-op Option, employers will have an opportunity to test-drive potential employees. They will be able to see how they react to actual business pressures because, no matter how hard we try, a classroom is never the same as a work site or office. This process can save employers recruiting costs, but it also means that employers become co-educators with the business program and affect what type of employees students become.
Employers will have access to:
The expectations of both the business and the student will be carefully spelled out, so the employer will know what they're into in taking on a placement.
In keeping with standard industry practice, the employer is usually expected to pay the student a fair-market salary for summer co-ops and full-semester internships, but there is no cost for student involvement in projects and business plan development.
The following students have expressed interest in and are eligible for co-ops:
If you would like to meet or talk with one of our potential co-op students, you can either email them directly, or email us. We would also be happy to post your company on our web site for prospective employees.
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