As a Co-Opportunity participant, you get practical work experience that looks great on your resume. College gives you the education you need; we teach you the skills to be successful in the real world. College professors expand your thinking; GAF professionals become your mentors, showing you the ropes and supporting your success in the job market.
In addition to earning college credits toward your degree, Co-Opportunity offers you a paycheck through a program that’s flexible enough to correspond to your university schedule. Depending on the location, you may even receive assistance with relocation and temporary living expenses.
Until you put your education to the test, how do you really know the right career path for you? With Co-Opportunity, you know for sure before you graduate. You gain a better understanding of your potential career while you gain conﬁdence in your technical abilities, communication and interpersonal skills, and teamwork skills.
Plus, imagine how much stronger your resume will be with a bullet highlighting your practical experience – the kind that quality companies are searching for and that most college graduates don’t have.
Here's what it takes to become a part of the
· Pursuing and undergraduate degree in mechanical, electrical, or chemical engineering; chemistry, material sciences, supply chain, and logistics.
· Minimum of 2.8 GPA
· Basic problem solving and communication skills
· Basic knowledge of MS Excel, Word, Visio, and AutoCAD