Co-op \ Internship Work Experience
Kyle McNellis, Karl Linderoth (CNSS Instructor), Zack Shope, and Brandon Courser work with Holy Name Tech Coordinator Matt Flath (not pictured) to remove 2 miles of old cabling during Holy Name School network refresh during summer of 2017.
Kyle McNellis sits on scaffolding to sort out which cable the team can pull out of the ceiling.
Miles of cable was pulled to make way for new Wireless Network and Security system.
Co-op work experiences are required by the CNSS Advisory Board (local employers) in order for students to earn a CNSS degree. Co-op experience now require student to submit to a background check prior to placement on a job site.
This requirement was requested by local employers.
Students successfully completing a Co-op receive an evaluation from the employer worksite. CNSS instructors use this evaluation to assign a grade and the student can use this to help themselves to get a job. Co-op work experience is designed to help students find employment!
Co-op Forms (download forms, fill out, email to instructor with resume)
Co-op Registration Form
-Resume (you create here is a template if it helps)
Example of typical Co-op experiences
-IT Analyst II for Tribal community
-K-8 School Tech Coordinator
-Bench Tech in Delta County
IT Tech Support local engineering company
K-12 School Tech Coordinator
IT Tech Support community college
IT Help Desk support for community college
-Bench Tech in Dickinson County
IT Software Support Tech local hospital