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Cooperative Education at BCCC
is a unique plan of educational enrichment. It is designed to make a student’s educational experience more relevant and meaningful by integrating classroom study with planned and supervised practical experience in industrial, business, governmental, or service type work positions.

Who is eligible for Co-op?

Cooperative Education is available to all degree-seeking students whose curriculum requires or allows as an option a work experience component. Work-study students are eligible if work relates to their program of study. To participate, students… 

Some of the programs which currently allow a work experience component are:

Advantages for Students

Students who are interested in cooperative education should speak with their faculty advisor about the qualifications for CO-OP in their program of study. If you qualify, download and complete the following documents. Call the Career Center at 940-6353, and make an appointment to meet and discuss your opportunities for cooperative education.

Advantages for Employers involved in Cooperative Education

Employers who are interested in providing students a worksite for Cooperative Education can either contact the Career Center for more information, or complete the following form and submit it directly to the Career Center.

Form:
Employment Opportunity (electronic form)

For More Information Contact:

Stephen Smith
Co-op Coordinator
Building 4, Room #102A
Phone: 252-940-6428
Email: stephencs@beaufortccc.edu