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Co-op & Intern Program & Operations Manager
Georgia Institute of Technology

We are hiring for a Co-op and Intern Program and Operations Manager (position: 225762) who will provide administrative, operational, and transactional support for the co-op and internship programs.
We are seeking candidates with 4 or more years of experience. The application deadline is Monday, June 30, 2021.

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Credit for Prior Learning Specialist
College of Online and Experiential Learning
Wilmington University

Responsibilities include (but are not limited to): Analyze and respond to student inquiries about CPL. Evaluate student background to include, but not limited to: employment background, academic transcripts, and prior learning experiences. Counsel students about prior learning assessment options, degree programs, student service offerings, and academic requirements for the University.

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Director of Cooperative Education
Admissions & Cooperative Education Manager
Co-op Manager
Kettering University

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Sr. Manager, Cooperative Education
Cleveland State University
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Candidates who submit their applications on or before 5/17 will receive full consideration.

Cleveland State University is seeking a collaborative leader to plan and direct the operation of the Cooperative Education Program within our Washkewicz College of Engineering. The selected incumbent will provide expertise needed to grow the formal undergraduate co-op program and will focus on cultivating and maintaining relationships with corporations and organizations that provide quality learning opportunities for our students. This position will work with faculty, employers and students to incorporate integration of work-based components in student progress toward their degree. The Sr. Manager will supervise assigned personnel, develop and teach co-op or career preparation courses/workshops while interacting professionally with all internal and external customers using strong interpersonal skills.

Academic Professional Track (APT) Assistant Professor and Internship Coordinator
Department of Human Development and Family Studies
The University of North Carolina Greensboro

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The Department of Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS) seeks to hire a 12-month Academic Professional Track (APT) Internship Coordinator in HDFS who will serve as the coordinator for the undergraduate internship program. We are seeking a colleague whose interests focus on supporting students in their professional development, collaborating with community agencies, and supervising interns in professional placements. The successful candidate should have experience working with students from diverse racial, ethnic, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds across diverse settings. The position has a start date of August 1, 2021.

For questions about the position, please contact Dr.  Anne Fletcher, Search Committee Chair, . For assistance with uploading application materials, contact Melissa Barnes by phone (336-334-5896) or email .

Program Manager, University of Cincinnati
Division of Experience-Based Learning and Career Education

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At the University of Cincinnati’s Division of Experience-Based Learning and Career Education (ELCE), we believe that experiential learning and career education are key components of higher education. In support of this, we develop and deliver innovative, high-impact courses, programs, and services which foster students’ personal and professional growth as dynamic, thoughtful, global citizens. We collaborate with campus, industry, and community partners to develop rich opportunities and experiences for students to learn both inside and outside the classroom. UC and The Division of Experience-Based Learning and Career Education (ELCE) is now looking to fill the following position: Program Manager (various initiatives). The Program Manager will work collaboratively to provide support for four ELCE programs: Digital Innovation, Service-Learning, UC Forward and Undergraduate Research. Each program has similar needs related to data management, program planning, and communication with prospective and active program participants.

Academic Advisor and Internship Coordinator, Honors College
University of South Carolina
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The Academic Advisor and Internship Coordinator will be responsible for academic advising of approximately 160 students each semester. Internship Coordinator duties include serving as instructor of record for SCHC internship courses and the South Carolina Semester Program, and coordinating the promotion, implementation and evaluation of both programs. Preference given to applicants with prior career coaching experience in a university career center, academic unit or industry setting. Prior teaching experience in higher education is preferred. Some knowledge of USC policies, procedures and programs is also preferred. The Quicklink for the posting is

Director, Undergraduate Engineering Co-op Program
New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT)
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Position Summary:
Under the supervision of the Career Development Services (CDS) Executive Director and working closely and directly with the Dean of the Newark College of Engineering (NCE) and the Senior Vice Provost for Academic Affairs and Student Services, the Director will develop, manage, and oversee the new, formal, undergraduate engineering Co-op Program. The Director manages the strategic, programmatic and operational functions related to the formal undergraduate engineering Co-op Program at NJIT. This effort include using and leveraging existing campus-wide initiatives and industrial connections, developing new opportunities to forge strategic partnerships with employer partners, and coordinating co-op opportunities with the academic units of the Newark College of Engineering (NCE). The Director is providing vision, leadership, creativity, and accountability for increasing student participation in the formal undergraduate engineering Co-op program. The Director supervises personnel dedicated to the program (currently an Assistant Director) and is supported with funding and human resources from within CDS. The Director develops qualitative and quantitative milestones and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for the Co-op engineering program for approval, and reports periodically on progress toward meeting them. In time, the responsibilities of the Director may be expanded to include co-op education for graduate students.

Assistant Director, Professional Development and Experiential Programs
Career and Professional Development, Virginia Tech

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Initial application review date is May 7, 2021

Career and Professional Development (CPD) is a centralized office of 28 staff dedicated to educating and supporting students as they explore and choose academic majors and career options, obtain and reflect upon career-related experiences, develop professional presence and essential skills for workplace success, and launch post-graduation career plans, including graduate/professional school and employment. CPD is focusing on strategic initiatives around experiential learning that support the university’s efforts to provide guided learning opportunities to all undergraduate students at Virginia Tech. Now is an exciting time to join CPD if you are passionate about experiential learning and professional development, creative, adaptable, an energetic and a collaborative team player, and are looking to help build new experiential programs for students.

The Assistant Director will develop, coordinate, and execute professional development programs and key experiential learning programs managed by Career and Professional Development (CPD). These programs include a Cooperative Education and Internship Program (CEIP), a campus internship program, a local internship program, and micro-internship opportunities, as well as a portfolio of professional development programs and events. The Assistant Director will promote experiential learning opportunities and embed professional competencies for career readiness into programs.

Additionally, the Assistant Director will support the career development of students through advising and delivering presentations on experiential learning and professional development topics and consult with faculty and staff on best practices for internships. Team members also work with employers to understand the breadth and depth of experiential and post-graduation opportunities available for students.

To apply, go to and search by position #515783 Initial application review date is May 7, 2021. The position will remain open until filled. For additional information contact Amy McPherson, Sr. Associate Director for Student Development and search chair at