$45,000–$70,000. That’s how much the average student earns in Kettering’s university Co-op program. Additionally, Kettering students graduate with roughly two years of full-time work experience from their Co-op.
What does that mean for you? A significant head start over any students from competing schools. Amazingly enough, Kettering student’s lifetime earnings are on average over $814,000 over any other school in the state. With hard work, diligence and access to Kettering’s wide-reaching network of employer partners, you can earn that income, too — and test drive your career before graduation.
What are co-ops? Programs that help you gain professional experience alongside what you learn in the classroom. At Kettering, you’ll experience a one-of-a-kind co-op model.