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Getting to Know Cincinnati State: Session 2

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David Hensley

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Getting to Know Cincinnati State Session 2
This session will Cover
Educational planning
Completing your co-op requirement

Do You Really Know What You Want to Be When You Grow UP?
Where to research the answers…..
Counseling Center
Co-op Coordinator
Academic Advisor
Informational Interviews
Counseling Services
Located within the Main Building
Room 168 on the Clifton Campus

Call 513-217-3700 to schedule an appointment at the Middletown Campus

Counseling Staff available to assist:
Individual counseling – personal, social, & crisis
Career Counseling
Academic Counseling
Referral Assistance

Can Experience Move You Forward?
Experiential Education at Cincinnati State

Cincinnati State was founded on the principle that education occurs best when classroom instruction is reinforced by related work experience acquired through cooperative education, internships or clinical experiences
Defining Experiential Education
Cooperative Education:
is a structured method of combining classroom-based education with practical work experience. A cooperative education experience, commonly known as a "co-op", provides academic credit for structured/paid job experience.
work experience (without pay) which provides academic credit for volunteer experience in your chosen field. Although unpaid, an internship can provide valuable networking opportunities and the chance to validate your career choice
an unpaid supervised experience in a healthcare facility. Rotations are normally scheduled by the clinical coordinator or the program chair. Students are supervised by an instructor or a preceptor.

Experiential Education by Academic Program
Business Technologies Division Requirements
Admitted into academic program (all AFL and AFM courses completed)
GPA 2.0 or greater
Completion of FYE course
Completion of Professional Practices course (BUS 190)
Attendance at Co-op Orientation
Meet with Co-op Coordinator in specific academic program

Experiential Education by Academic Program
Center for Innovative Technologies Requirements:

Will be full-time with a GPA of 2.00 or greater.
Will be on track with his/her published program curriculum.
Will attend the Co-op Orientation Seminar which is usually held the second week of each semester.
Will sign the Cooperative Education Student Eligibility Agreement Form

Experiential Education by Academic Program—CIT
All CIT programs require CIT 190 to co-op except:
AMT: no prerequisite
CETA, CETC, CETS: require CET 100
CPDM: requires CPDM 190
AVP, GRD, WEB: require MID 190.
GIT requires BUS 190
METD, METM: require MET 100
IDT: requires IDT 100

Experiential Education by Academic Program - Health and Public Safety Requirements
– Most of the health programs include unpaid clinical where students are scheduled for rotations and supervised. Students register for these classes when scheduled in their curriculum or advised by their advisor.
– Only a few programs have co-op requirements (see individual curriculum)
Admitted into academic program (all AFL and AFM courses completed)
Meet with Coordinator in specific academic program
Experiential Education by Academic Program: Humanities and Science Requirements
Admitted into the Program (all AFL and AFM courses completed)
Will have a GPA of 2.0 or greater
Will complete the HUM 190 Career Exploration Seminar Course prior to co-op
Students will complete 2 credits of co-op or internship 
Things to know about Experiential Education
A co-op experience is NOT guaranteed to every student.
Students are NOT placed in co-op.
Local employers DO NOT reserve a number of the co-op spaces every semester for Cincinnati State co-op students who interview well.
Students MAY graduate from Cincinnati State without a co-op or clinical experience.
Other Opportunities for Growth
Employers seek candidates with experience. Experience does not always come from paid work experiences.
Cincinnati State offers a variety of clubs and organizations, so students have the opportunity to jump in and get involved.
Or you can pursue opportunities to volunteer in your community.
What is the Disney College Program?
The Disney College Program at the Disneyland© Resort and the Walt Disney World© Resort are unique, Disney-designed internship opportunities that allow participants to gain real-world experience while expanding their education and planning for their future.
This program is open to ALL majors at Cincinnati State with the opportunity to earn up to 4 credits of Cooperative Education experience.
A Unique Experience that allows students to:
Build personal skills
Explore networking opportunities with Disney Leaders
Tap into educational opportunities
Earn real-world experience with a leader in the industry
Enjoy the privileges of being a Disney Cast Member
Set themselves apart by gaining work experience
Need More Information about the Disney College Program?
Kelly Harper, Co-op Coordinator in the Business Technologies Division
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