Internships and Cooperative Education

Internship and Cooperative Education Programs combine academic studies with experiential learning opportunities, enabling students to apply theories and skills learned in the classroom to real world situations.

Statistics show that internships can give college students a leg up when it comes to securing full-time employment after college.  Not only can an internship help you gain experience, develop skills and stand out from a crowded pool of candidates, there are a host of other tangible benefits, as well:

CCM’S INTERNSHIP FAIR

You’re Invited!

November 17, 2021

  • To test-drive knowledge and skills
  • To acquire new skills
  • To demonstrate work ethic and other soft skills
  • To get ahead of the competition
  • To strengthen your resume
  • To build confidence
  • A ‘foot in the door’ at your internship company
  • To build a network and reference opportunities
  • To gain a “real world” perspective on an occupation
  • To learn about a field’s culture and etiquette

There are opportunities available for college credit in several majors, and as non-credit experiences in others.  Interested?  Contact us!


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