U.S. Steel Dean of Engineering, Gerald Holder, presents the Employer of the Year award to Ross Klein and Brian Schaub from Curtiss-Wright.
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There aren't many opportunities that can boast the advantages that cooperative education can offer. What other program can offer you the chance to learn, earn, and graduate with a higher starting salary, while maintaining status as a full-time undergraduate or graduate student?
The University of Pittsburgh is steeped in history and tradition, and our cooperative education program is no exception. Founded as the third co-op program in the nation, Pitt's co-op program flourished until the Great Depression caused its suspension in the early 1930s. In 1987, under the tutelage of Dean Charles Sorber, the program was re-established for undergraduates. Today, almost half of Pitt's graduating seniors participate in cooperative education.
We have also expanded to allow participation from Pitt students in science-related fields, and we offer the co-op opportunity to all of our regional campuses in engineering and engineering technology. Recently, we implemented a co-op initiative for graduate level engineering candidates.
Co-op offers students the chance to obtain a full year's worth of work experience prior to graduation.
Visit our new co-op page on the Engineering Library website: http://pitt.libguides.com/engineeringco-op