The Padnos College is committed to the role of experiential learning in preparing professionals for careers in engineering and computing.  As part of this initiative, all students pursuing an undergraduate engineering degree must complete the integrated cooperative education program. Likewise, all students completing undergraduate degrees in Computer Science and Information Systems or Occupational Safety and Health Management must complete the integrated internship program.

Could your business benefit with Co-op or Internship positions?

Grand Valley State University's Career Service Office helps partner with businesses for mutually beneficial Cooperative Education and Internships for our Engineering, Computer Science and Information Systems, and Occupational Safety and Health Management students.

Contact:
Breeann Gorham
Associate Director, Career Services Grand Valley State University

Phone: 616-331-6708
Email: gorhamb@gvsu.edu
Website: www.gvsu.edu/careers

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Engineering Co-op News

Student starts second internship at NASA

Student starts second internship at NASA

November 12, 2015

Engineering major Amanda Stark aimed for the stars and landed pretty close, earning an internship with NASA in Langley, Virginia.

Engineering students graduate, showcase industry-sponsored projects

Engineering students graduate, showcase industry-sponsored projects

July 30, 2015

More than 75 engineering students will participate in a special graduation ceremony July 31 at Grand Valley State University.

Dean, student earn national engineering awards

Dean, student earn national engineering awards

February 18, 2015

Paul Plotkowski, dean of the Seymour and Esther Padnos College of Engineering and Computing, and Joe Gibson, computer engineering major, were recognized at the American Society of Engineering Educations Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration

GVSU engineering, computing report record enrollment

GVSU engineering, computing report record enrollment

November 25, 2014

A record number of students are enrolling in and graduating from engineering and computing programs at Grand Valley State University. 

Student to intern at CERN, world's largest particle physics lab

Student to intern at CERN, world's largest particle physics lab

September 04, 2014

In less than two weeks, computer engineering student Joe Gibson will travel to Switzerland to conduct research at CERN, home of the worlds largest particle physics lab. 

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