Emergent Biosolutions and Landaal Packaging have interesting things coming for their Kettering University co-op students.
Guest speaker Andrew Kawada from Meritor will present student survival skills, an employers expectations from from co-ops. Join us for lunch and learn valuable tools to be successful on the job.
Enrollment Services would like to invite you to lunch Wednesday, January 11, 2012, from 12:20pm to 1:15pm in the Gold Room, 4th Floor of the Campus Center Building. During lunch we would like to go over our spring events which include Dog Day (Monday, January 16), Admitted Student Programs (Saturdays, February 25 and March 10), and Discover Kettering (Saturday, May 19). Please RSVP to Cherie Taylor by January 9. Also let her know if you have any special dietary needs. We hope to see you there!
How the co-op program builds stronger relationships between students and faculty.
A research project on hockey sticks at Kettering University yields a new cooperative education partner AND lands student Linda Hunt a cool co-op position.
Kettering has nominated five more alumni into the National Co-op Hall of Fame: David Allen '83; Chet Huber '77; Aqua Porter '84; Earl Riopelle '37 and Kyle Schwulst '02.
Kettering University's next class into the prestigious National Co-op Hall of Fame is Neil DeKoker '67, Russ Ebeid '62, Denise Gray '86, Jeff Henderson '88 and William Wildern '92. The National Commission for Cooperative Education will honor them in mid-October.
Kettering's Cooperative Education and Career Services Department will host the Fall National Cooperative Education Employment Fair on campus Nov. 13-15.
Visteon dedicated a logo plaque in Kettering's Great Court and brought along alumni and games to celebrate its addition to the University's 600 professional co-op employers during events Tuesday, Nov. 13.