Meetings & Events

Once you’ve completed Co-op Preparation, the co-op cycle begins in earnest. The following meetings will help keep you on track:

Before Co-op.
The Co-op Expo.
Seeking a New Assignment .
After Co-op.

Before Co-op

The Co-Opportunities Expo

Each semester, representatives from a wide variety of CCIS co-op companies will come on campus to give brief presentations and discuss their most unique and challenging jobs. Students who attend this event will have the chance to meet these employers in small groups, ask specific questions, and network further with them during an evening reception. Students must register to participate!

The Fall 2010 Co-opportunities Expo will be on Wednesday, October 6, 2010.

Co-opportunities Expo 

CCIS Co-op Sponsored Activity

For College of Computer and Information Science and affinity Colleges with Dual Majors

Employers will be looking ONLY for the following:

CCIS Undergraduate co-op students: 6 months

CCIS Graduate co-op students:¬ 6 months or 8 months

When: Wednesday October 6, 2010

5:20 – 5:40 PM Registration – Lobby of WVH near UNIX Lab

5:45 – 7:10 PM Employer Presentations – 110 WVH

7:15 – 8:45 PM Networking

In this whirlwind evening, youwill be able to speak with employers about their companies and the innovative and exciting technical co-opportunities which are available to you.

To reserve your space, please complete the following on-line registration form.¬ Upon registration, an agenda will be sent to you.

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ccis_expo

For additional information, please contact your assigned CCIS Co-op Faculty Coordinator:

Upon reserving your space an agenda will be sent to you via e-mail. Space is limited so do not wait to register.¬ We look forward to seeing you!

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Seeking a New Assignment  – See Google Calendar for Relevant Dates
Students:

Undergraduate CCIS Co-op Google Calendar.

Graduate CCIS Co-op Google Calendar.

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After Co-op – See Google Calendar for Relevant Dates

All undergraduate students returning from a co-op experience must complete the co-op cycle with aReflection Meeting (also called the “Returning from co-op” meeting). In this meeting, you will be able to share your experiences with the co-op faculty and fellow students, discuss job market and industry issues, and begin thinking about your next co-op. You will also receive all forms necessary to receive a grade for your last co-op, and to begin planning for your next co-op. This meeting ismandatory for all students returning from co-op, including those who have just finished their last co-op and will be graduating soon.
Students:

Undergraduate CCIS Co-op Google Calendar.