Hiring co-op students offers valuable educational opportunities to students, 同时也为雇主提供:
- A cost-effective way to fill temporary and long-term staffing needs
- An opportunity to evaluate potential future employees
- A way to fill entry-level professional positions with qualified candidates
- A link to one of the region’s dominant workforce training institutions
To ensure that both employers and co-op employees have productive, 有意义的经历我们要求雇主:
- Participate in site visits by the student’s co-op coordinator
To establish a co-op relationship with Cincinnati State, please contact the 合作社 Coordinator in your area of interest.
CState CareerLink is an online system that connects students and graduates to employment opportunities.
- 在Symplicity网站在线注册 .
- 你会收到一封电子邮件, 通常在24小时内, 让您知道您的注册正在等待中. 如果有任何问题，我们会和你联系的.
- When your registration is approved, you’ll receive a welcome email with your username and password.
- Your approved registration allows you to view resumes, 后期工作机会, and meet the 合作社 Coordinator who will be your primary contact.
When you post a job on CState CareerLink, consider these categories:
- 合作社: 全职或兼职 支付 employment in the student’s field of study, which may or may not lead to a permanent position
- 实习: 全职或兼职 无薪 employment in the student’s field of study, which may or may not lead to a permanent position
- 全职: 就业 for Cincinnati State students near graduation or Cincinnati State alumni
- 兼职永久: 就业 for Cincinnati State students near graduation or Cincinnati State alumni
合作社 is an academic partnership that includes the College, the employer, and the student. It is designed to help the employer meet human resource needs, while providing the student with an opportunity to gain hands-on experience in a real-world work environment. 合作社 students work for one academic semester (15 weeks) in a job related to their field of study and appropriate for their skill level and experience. Students receive a grade and course credit for their co-op work, and are expected to be a contributing part of the company.
How does a co-op position differ from an internship?
While some schools and employers may use these terms interchangeably, at Cincinnati State “co-op” applies to full-time or part-time 支付 positions while “internship’ is used to describe part-time, 无薪 assignments related to a student’s academic and career goals.
What are the average salary requirements for co-op students?
合作社 pay varies by degree program but in general ranges from $8 to $18 an hour, depending on the industry and on the technical expertise required.
Who should I contact at Cincinnati State to establish a co-op program or post a co-op position?
A good place to start is by talking to our 合作社 协调员. Each academic division has full-time co-op coordinators assigned to specific degree programs. If you are an employer interested in posting a co-op position you can for the academic program related to your industry. 点击 在这里 查阅合作社协调员和项目的名单.
Who should I contact to find students for clinical rotations in healthcare fields?
Clinical rotations in the healthcare industry for students studying nursing or pursuing other health-related majors are managed through Cincinnati State’s Health and Public 安全 Division. Healthcare employers should call (513) 569-1670.
Are co-op students required to work a minimum number of hours per week?
Cincinnati State offers both full-time and part-time co-op schedules. Part-time co-op students work 20 to 31 hours a week and receive 1 hour of co-op course credit. Full-time co-op students work 32-40 hours a week and receive 2 hours of co-op course credit.
How will school holidays or breaks affect the co-op schedule?
College-observed holidays and breaks do not affect the co-op schedule. Students on a co-op assignment are expected to follow their employer’s schedule for holidays and breaks.
What is the deadline for hiring a co-op student for a specific semester?
在理想的情况下, students should be hired by the last week of the semester prior to the one in which they will begin working. 然而, 在必要的时候, students can be hired in the first or the second week of the semester in which they work. The student will still receive course credit for the experience if they are hired by the second week of the semester. We strongly encourage employers and students not to make this “late start” a common practice.
When should the co-op job offer be sent, and to whom?
Job offers can be sent directly to the student; however, the student’s co-op coordinator should also be informed of your selection.