What is the Co-op Program?
The Co-op Program alternates or combines periods of college study with periods of experience in Science, Mathematics and Engineering fields. Students are provided the opportunity to gain career related work experience while earning college credits toward their degree.
This program provides students with part-time employment in science, mathematics and engineering related fields with local companies. Co-op work experiences empower students with knowledge and skills for the journey into tomorrow's work world.
Jobs Available Now!
High-tech jobs are made available to Sinclair science, mathematics and engineering students by a special grant established by the Governor of Ohio. The goal of the Ohio Third Frontier Internship Program is to offer college students high-tech job opportunities while they are in school and then for employers to retain these Ohio college graduates within the state by offering them good high-tech jobs upon graduation.
Ohio Third Frontier high-tech co-op jobs are paid positions and Sinclair SME students can earn college credit for their co-op work with an Ohio Third Frontier high-tech employer.
To qualify you must:
- Be currently enrolled in a Science, Mathematics and Engineering associate degree program
- Be in the second year of a Sience, Mathematics and Engineering degree program or enrolled in a Miami Valley Tech Prep program
- Be a United States citizen, at least 18 years of age and registered for Selective Service
- Maintain a 2.5 or higher grade point average (GPA) and be in good academic standing at Sinclair
Sinclair students can find out more and apply for these Ohio Third Frontier High-tech co-op openings by visiting www.thirdfrontierintern.ohio.gov.
The on-campus Sinclair contact for this program is Professor W. Terry Maiwurm, Room 3134, via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.