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What is the best way to go about getting a coop when in an engineering program?

Getting ready for college and want to grow my knowledge #engineering #school-counseling

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Wael’s Answer

I don't think it is possible to get a coop before you join an engineering program. You can always try though! Apply to coop positions at engineer firms.

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Niranjan’s Answer

Hi Tanner,

My answer may be too late for you since your question is from a few years ago. However I will answer this question just in case someone else like you wants to know.

If you are interested in joining a Co-op program when in College then your best bet is to seek out colleges that have an official co-op program. For a current list of colleges/universities that offer internship or co-op programs check out the link below.

https://www.usnews.com/education/best-colleges/slideshows/top-colleges-universities-for-internship-co-op-programs

The colleges listed in the above link are not necessarily only engineering colleges, but you can find colleges that offer co-ops in engineering specifically, if that is your goal.
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