All of us in one way or another have participated in graduation exercises. As teachers we must have been troubled occasionally by the thought of how good a job we did in preparing that young graduate for success in his/her chosen career. And possibly we have wished that more "true to life" laboratory and classroom experiences could have been available to apply lecture and classroom principles with conditions that students will encounter when they are employed. The internship and cooperative education program can make such wishes become realities.
internship program, POP, Pre-Occupational Preparation