Check out this video to learn what Co-operative Education is all about!
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The Cooperative Education Program extends academic and technical training beyond the classroom by providing opportunities for students to apply their learning in a workplace setting. The program is collaboration between the Central Vermont Career Center and area employers and is designed to offer paid or unpaid career-related jobs that build on and expand a student’s entry level skills. Whether the goal is to develop self-confidence, employability skills or advanced job placement, the Cooperative Education career based curriculum encourages students to put their education to work.
Click here to visit the CVCC Co-operative Education
website at https://sites.google.com/u61.net/cvcccoop!
The CVCC Co-operative Education Website gives an overview of the program and provides resources for career readiness, job shadows, and more professional opportunities!
Work Based Learning Opportunities
What Do Students Learn In Co-op?
Apply for Co-operative Education by filling out the application on the Apply to CVCC page above!
Coordinator: Wayne Tozzi
Phone: (802) 476.6237 ext. 1137
See the link above to our Program of Studies for further information about this program, including...
- Recommended Reading Level
- Recommended Math Skills
- CVCC Safety Exam
Materials for Co-op Students...
(please note: some links require student e-mail account login)
The Central Vermont Career Center School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, creed, sex, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, and marital status in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities.
The Central Vermont Career Center offers additional services to students with limited English language skills or with disabilities so that they may benefit from these programs. Individuals wishing to obtain information about the existence and location of accessible services, activities, and facilities should contact the 504 Coordinator (information found by clicking here).
Click here to read our official Notice of Discrimination as a full document.
The Central Vermont Career Center is committed to providing communication materials that are accessible regardless of ability. If you need information in an alternative format, please call us at (802) 476-6237.
Click here to read our official Accessibility Statement as a full document.
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