Workplace Learning Opportunities

Workplace learning is a proven way for companies to ensure that employees have the skills they need now and for the future. At CPCC, we have three opportunities (some required for certain programs): Cooperative Education (Co-op), Apprenticeship, and Internship.

Cooperative Education (Co-op) provides employers with well-trained students seeking work experience for college credit. Apprenticeships integrate onsite training with in-classroom education. Internships offer flexibility in length and design.

To complete the Advertising and Graphic Design degree, students must do a co-op during one of their last couple of semesters. Here are the requirements that must be met before applying for co-op: Cooperative Education Requirements for A+GD Degree

For questions, please contact Kenn Compton, Program Chair or Brittany Roach, Workplace Learning Coordinator.