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Cooperative Education and Internships

What is Cooperative Education (Co-op)?

Clemson undergraduates have worked at more than 375 companies through cooperative education. Students who co-op have the ability to apply what they’ve learned in class to real-life situations while making invaluable contacts in the field they’ve chosen to pursue. Currently about 44% of academically-eligible engineering and science students participate in Co-op.

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And Internships?

The Michelin® Career Center helps students make decisions about majors, locate internships and part-time jobs, search for jobs, write résumés and prepare for interviews. The center coordinates educational placement and job posting services and schedules on-campus interviews at career fairs.

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What about after I graduate?

The Clemson Alumni Association provides lifelong connections to career services with Ask-a-Tiger, a network that offers contact with and guidance from successful Clemson alumni.

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