Cooperative Education

Some degree programs at MCC require students to take a cooperative education course. This course combines job related experience with classroom lectures. The co-op or internship can be one of the most rewarding and valuable experiences of your college education. It guides you in using the workplace as a site for learning about a new career field, developing job skills and gaining more employment experience. It can enhance your education by giving you a chance to see how what you have learned in your courses applies in real work settings. Cooperative Education also helps you develop a solid resume of work experience while you complete your degree requirements.

For more information on Cooperative Education, please contact Kim Morrissey at .

Last Modified: 5/13/24