Campus View: Rethinking Higher Ed Reform Through Co-ops
by Melanie Dostis
For the longest time, I had no idea when I would be graduating.
I had no clue what year I was in and at times I wasn’t sure if classes were even part of my plan.
What I do know is that in the gloomy job market college graduates face, I have a chance to avoid the typical employment woes of many grads.
I am part of the co-operative (or “co-op”) education world, an increasingly sought-out solution in higher education to transition students to the workplace. In it, students alternate between the classroom and the workplace.