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For Co-Op Opportunities

The UGA Engineering Cooperative Experiential Learning Program (co-op program) provides a structured means for engineering students to gain valuable and relevant experiential learning through a work experience while growing as a professional in their chosen field.  We seek to establish partnerships with organizations and firms from a wide range of areas, including industry and manufacturing, engineering design and consulting, research laboratories, governmental agencies and professional organizations.

Outcomes and Expectations

For the Partner Organization

  1. A contact person shall be designated within the organization who will serve as the primary channel for information concerning the overall relationship between UGA engineering and the organization.
  2. The organization will provide one designated supervisor for the UGA student during each co-op semester. This supervisor can change with different semesters, but it is expected that the same person will be in charge for the entire semester.
  3. The organization is expected to provide work that will be meaningful and educational for the student and their career growth.
  4. The organization agrees to provide feedback on the student’s performance during each semester no later than the last day of classes for that particular semester of work.
  5. The organization is understood to have no obligation to hire the student after their graduation, but it is hoped that the experience gained by both parties may lead to future employment if business conditions warrant.
  6. The organization will be asked on an annual basis to provide feedback to the UGA co-op program coordinator on the overall program’s impact and suggestions for future improvements.

For more information on becoming a Co-Op Partner Organization, please review our Cooperative Education Employer Handbook, and contact Lauren Anglin, Director of Experiential Learning & Outreach.

Typical Co-Op Work Timeline
Post your available Co-Op Positions

The best way to let students know about your employment opportunities is via our online job board HireUGA.com.

Posting your positions at UGA is a free service:

  • Simply visit www.hireUGA.com
  • Select “Post Jobs / Internships” tab
  • Select “First Time Users Post Full-Time Jobs, Part-Time Jobs or Internships for free”
  • Register for a new account and follow prompts
  • Once your position is posted it will be promoted to our students

For Internship Opportunities

Post your available internship positions

The best way to let students know about your employment opportunities is via our online job board HireUGA.com.

Posting your positions at UGA is a free service:

  • Simply visit www.hireUGA.com
  • Select “Post Jobs / Internships” tab
  • Select “First Time Users Post Full-Time Jobs, Part-Time Jobs or Internships for free”
  • Register for a new account and follow prompts
  • Once your position is posted it will be promoted to our students

For Full-Time Opportunities

Post your available full-time positions

The best way to let students know about your employment opportunities is via our online job board HireUGA.com.

Posting your positions at UGA is a free service:

  • Simply visit www.hireUGA.com
  • Select “Post Jobs / Internships” tab
  • Select “First Time Users Post Full-Time Jobs, Part-Time Jobs or Internships for free”
  • Register for a new account and follow prompts
  • Once your position is posted it will be promoted to our student

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