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Getting Started

Dates for the co-op application for Fall 2018 are coming soon!

The first step to getting a co-op is to attend a co-op informational session at the beginning of the semester. RSVP for a workshop in Handshake.

In addition to attending an informational session:

  • Apply to the co-op program by the application deadline in Handshake. Click here to view a step by step guide on how to create this application.
  • Research companies and apply to positions! The Career Center has some great resourses in My Career (Handshake, Career Shift, etc). Also check out company websites.
  • Attend Career Fairs, employer informational sessions and other industry events on campus. Go to Handshake and search events for a complete listing. 
  • Create a perfectly polished resume and upload it to Handshake. Meet with a Career Center counselor for resume advice or check out the Career Center's Career Search Guide for examples. 
  • Network with employers and alumni in LinkedIn and the Alumni Career Network. 
  • Meet with a co-op faculty advisor in your department or your advisor to map out a graduation plan with co-op to determine the best time for you to co-op. 

Couldn't attend an info session?

Seeking a second Co-op?

You must reapply to the co-op program by submitting a co-op application in Handshake. Click here to view a step by step guide on how to create this application. You don't have to attend another info session.

Co-op Faculty Advisor Contact Information

Department Contact Email
Biomedical Engineering Sam Senyo
Chemical Engineering Uzi Landau
Civil Engineering Kurt Rhoads
Computer Engineering Dan Saab
Electrical Engineering Philip Feng
Computer Science Vincenzo Liberatore
Macro/Polymer Science David Schiraldi
Materials Science John Lewandowski
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Sunniva Collins
Engineering Physics & Physics Mike Martens
Systems & Control Engineering Contact your regular faculty advisor