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WHAT IS AN APPRENTICESHIP?
Apprenticeships consist of on the job training under supervision of a company mentor and classroom learning model spread over a period of one or more years. Apprentices earn a progressive salary while learning skill trade and degree necessary to succeed in high demand careers. Apprenticeship programs are for ambitious people of all ages who want to earn a salary while they learn, gaining real skills and knowledge. These programs offer employers the opportunity to strengthen and build their workforce providing a tailored high-quality talent pipeline.

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WHAT IS AN INTERNSHIP?
Internships are typically one-time work or service experiences related to the student’s major or career goal. The internship plan generally involves students working in professional settings under the supervision and monitoring of practicing professionals. Internships can be paid or unpaid, and the student may or may not receive academic credit for performing the internship but will gain valuable work experience.

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WHAT IS A CO-OP?
Cooperative education programs, or co-ops, are a three-way partnership between a student, an employer, and a college. It allows students to integrate work experience into their academic studies for credit. The typical program plan is for students to alternate terms of full-time classroom study with terms of full-time, discipline-related employment. Since the program participation involves multiple work terms, the typical participant will work three or four work terms, thus gaining a year or more of career-related work experience before graduation. Virtually all co-op positions are paid, and the clear majority involve some form of academic credit.

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