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Calhoun begins co-op program

Calhoun Community College is announcing a joint effort with local manufacturers to provide paid, part-time, cooperative student work experiences for technical program students.

The Calhoun Co-Operation Program, set to begin this summer, is available for high school graduates and current Calhoun students with undeclared majors.

The program offers work experiences as students progress toward Associate of Applied Science degrees in Aerospace Technology, Machine Tool Technology, or Process Technology.

The co-op experiences will be closely coordinated with curriculum so that a student who completes his degree will also have up to two years of part-time work experience in his field. The goal is 100 percent placement for graduates.

Information and application sessions will be held in the Aerospace Training Center. Participants interested in process technology can meet with company representatives and instructors April 24 at 6 p.m. A session for those interested in aerospace or machine tool technology is April 26 at 6 p.m.

Contact Ann Coleman at 306-2938, or visit www.calhoun.edu/techno for additional information and application forms.

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