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Students Share Co-Op Experiences

Drew Humberstone and Sam Cequeria, Class of 2021, worked their co-op at the Newton Cemetery and Arboretum
Trinity Choroszej does tissue culture work at an MGH research lab

The Cooperative Education Program, commonly referred to as "co-op," allows students to work at job sites within the scope of their career majors. Students receive on-the-job training, course credit, and gain hours toward industry-recognized credentials. Co-op is open to seniors all year and juniors for the second half of the year.

Read about the experiences of Minuteman students who worked for local employers through the co-op program.