The University of Toledo has one of a strongest Engineering Co-op programs in the nation. It is one of eight universities in the nation with a mandatory Co-op program. Each student enrolled in the Engineering college is required to complete a minimum of three cooperative work experiences.
Each work experience is one semester (16 weeks) long with full-time pay. The students work in their major fields and gain terrific hands-on experience. The first Co-op is usually in the Spring or Summer semester of the sophomore year.
University Of Toledo is listed by "National Commission for Cooperative Education" for its best Cooperative program in the United States. (Click image on right for the complete announcement)
In addition, students graduating from cooperative education programs have an easier time finding their first job. Students also report significantly more job advancements of all types. Students from both the Computer Science and Engineering and the Electrical Engineering programs have accepted positions locally, in various states, and in foreign countries.
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Associate Director, Co-op Program
Electrical and Biomedical Engineering
Phone No: (419) 530-8075
Assistant Director, Co-op Program
Computer Science & Electrical
Phone No: (419) 530-6027
Where our engineering students Co-op?
|ABB, Inc.||Keithley Instruments|
|Anheuser - Busch||Marathon Ashland|
|Beckett Logisync||Mitsubishi Electric Automotive|
|DTE Energy||National Security Agency|
|First Energy||Phillips Medical|
|Hamilton Sundstrand||Sherwin Williams|