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Cooperative Education

For example, a student might:

  • Develop a new instructional program or update an existing program in a corporation
  • Work with a form of experiential education in a factory-training situation-learning skills required of a training coordinator
  • Work with an administrator in a technical college-read policy papers and operations correspondence, attend staff/faculty meetings, work on various projects and assist the staff in a variety of ways
  • Perform research work in a community college-conducting a needs survey, follow-up study, employer survey, or a cost benefit analysis
  • Develop media in a proprietary school-learning skills such as storyboarding, scripting, photography, artwork, and equipment operation, and/or more general knowledge about media development processes, learning resource center operation
  • Work as a counselor in a government training program such as Job Corp-practicing vocational advisement, explaining job finding/ keeping, providing personal/social counseling, learning to interact in a helping manner with people