Cooperative Work Experience
Richard Horton, CWE Coordinator, 541-917- 4787
Sherry Rosen, Faculty CWE/Service-Learning, 541- 917- 4778
Cooperative Work Experience is an instructional program providing opportunity for students enrolled in LBCC programs to earn up to 12 credit hours of college credit for what they learn on the job.
CWE 280/WE1.280 Cooperative Work Experience is a course that allows the student to work at a job that closely parallels his or her field of study while enrolled in school.
Through work experience, the student may test interest in and suitability for an occupation while learning, being exposed to work methods not taught in the classroom and having access to equipment not normally available in the college laboratory. The student is prepared for the ever-changing needs in industry, government and service agencies, making the transition from school to work under the guidance of a coordinator.
WE 202/WE1.201 CWE Seminar is required for all students enrolled in Cooperative Work Experience and provides the opportunity to share work-related experiences with the CWE coordinator and fellow CWE students.
Students interested in building Cooperative Work Experience into a program at LBCC should discuss it with their major area instructors and the CWE coordinator to plan the best term for registration and to allow ample time for locating a training station.
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Cooperative Work Experience and Service Learning are located in the Career and Counseling Center, Takena Hall, 101, please call Michelle Slay at 541-917-4787 for more information.