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									        SPSU
    Internship and
Cooperative Education
      Programs
          Linda Quick
  Career and Counseling Center
    PLEASE STAY ENTIRE
           SESSION
      What is an Internship?
 Short-term, paid, work experience in a
  professional setting to integrate academic
  study with on-the-job training
 Emphasis on learning vs. earnings
 Offers experience to enhance academic
  preparation
 Work experience relates to major
 No academic credit earned
 Looks great on a resume
             What is a Co-Op

 Students  alternate between attending classes
  full-time for a semester and working full-
  time on a Co-op assignment for a semester
 Offers paid, experience-based learning
 Applies classroom learning to real world
  work situations
 Cooperative Education seal on diploma
 Priority Registration
 Requirements to Participate in an
  Internship or Co-Op Program
 Registered,fulltime student when applying
 Completed 24/9 credit hours
 Must maintain 2.0/3.0 GPA
 Co-Op must commit to work 3/2 work
  semesters with the same employer
 (Co-Op only) HOLDS CREATE
  PROBLEMS!
    International Students

 MUST   have written eligibility
  authorization form from SPSU
  International Services Office BEFORE
  beginning EACH Internship work
  assignment
 Not authorized to participate in the
  Co-op Program
NEXT STEPS CHECKLIST FOR
 EXPERIENTIAL EDUCATION
   Attend Orientation (done!)
   Complete intern or co-op application (can do
    online)
   Read and sign Applicant Agreement
   Turn in application to Career and Counseling
    Center
   Register in Career Lane
   Upload Resume into Career Lane
   Meet with Coordinator (Linda Quick) to
    discuss your responsibilities and expectations
           Securing an Assignment
 Check your email and Career Lane activity
  regularly
 Make sure you are ready for the search!
       Getting Ready; NO-NO’s
 Keep your interviews and be on time!
 Evaluate your offer(s)
 Negotiate your salary
 Notify Career and Counseling Center when you
  accept a position
 Complete a Co-op or Internship Assignment Form


 •Remember to abide by ALL Career and Counseling
                     rules and regulations
   Some Other Things To
          Know
 FinancialAid-Always Discuss
 Veterans Benefits
 Wellness Center/Health
  Services
 Housing/Residence Life
    Summarization of Process
 Attend Orientation
 Register in Career Link
 Upload resume in Career Link
 Complete application
 Schedule appointment with Coordinator
  (Linda Quick) to discuss your role and
  responsibilities
FORMS, FORMS, FORMS
 YOU NEED TO KNOW!
       Co-op Student Agreement
        Form
       Internship Assignment Form
       Sign-Out Form (co-op)
       Sign-In Form (co-op)
       Co-op Student Work Report
       Employer Evaluation (both)
       Co-Op Deletion Form
       Some Other Things
 On-the-job Behavior: Professional at all
  times
 What’s this about sexual harassment?
 Once employed any problems with employer
  need to be referred to coordinator
 If you do not get an intern or co-op
  assignment during the semester you
  request, you MUST advise the Career and
  Counseling Center if you want to continue
  your search in the future semester
           What Next????
 Accept  Offer
 Notify Career and Counseling Center of
  acceptance
 Complete student agreement form (intern)
 Complete sign-out form (co-op)
 Start work
 Complete sign-in form (co-op)
 Complete student work report (co-op)
       A Word About Your Resume
 It is the first product your potential
  employer will see from you
 It is a summary of your qualifications
 It is your marketing tool
 Keep it simple – one page
 Refer to web site for tips or come by Center
  for booklet
 Have coordinator review
   USING CAREER LANE


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