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1 1 Cooperative Experience Employment Education (Co-Op) Program Earn While You Learn Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division Patuxent River, Maryland Dr. Paul Hoffman and Kathy Glockner Cooperative Experience Employment Education (Co-Op) Program Earn While You Learn Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division Patuxent River, Maryland Dr. Paul Hoffman and Kathy Glockner

2 2 Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD) Cooperative Education Program – Earn While You Learn Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Programs – NAWCAD Mission – Dr. Paul Hoffman – Co-Op Program – Kathy Glockner Student Benefits Application Process Retention Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD) Cooperative Education Program – Earn While You Learn Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Programs – NAWCAD Mission – Dr. Paul Hoffman – Co-Op Program – Kathy Glockner Student Benefits Application Process Retention 2

3 3 What is the Co-Op Program? Planned & progressive career-related student employment program integrating academic studies and on-the-job work experience Recruitment vehicle for all categories (scientist, engineer along with business and financial positions) Non-competitive conversion after satisfactory completion of educational & work requirements Planned & progressive career-related student employment program integrating academic studies and on-the-job work experience Recruitment vehicle for all categories (scientist, engineer along with business and financial positions) Non-competitive conversion after satisfactory completion of educational & work requirements 3

4 4 Students accepted into the U of MD program in aerospace or mechanical engineering attending classes at the Southern Maryland Higher Education Center (SMHEC) will automatically be accepted into the Co-Op program. Student Benefits 4

5 5 Tuition Assistance and Book Reimbursement –Tuition assistance and book reimbursement limited to six semesters or nine quarters Book reimbursement up to $400 per semester/quarter Engineering Tuition Reimbursement –Up to $4,500 per semester, not to exceed $13,500 per year Tuition Assistance and Book Reimbursement –Tuition assistance and book reimbursement limited to six semesters or nine quarters Book reimbursement up to $400 per semester/quarter Engineering Tuition Reimbursement –Up to $4,500 per semester, not to exceed $13,500 per year Student Benefits 5

6 6 Co-Op available to sophomores at CSM, or Juniors & Seniors in the U of MD at SMHEC program Summer and holiday break employment –Sophomores - $11.10/hr to $13.97/hr –Juniors & Seniors - $12.11 to $15.75/hr Permanent full-time position upon completion of the program Co-Op available to sophomores at CSM, or Juniors & Seniors in the U of MD at SMHEC program Summer and holiday break employment –Sophomores - $11.10/hr to $13.97/hr –Juniors & Seniors - $12.11 to $15.75/hr Permanent full-time position upon completion of the program Student Benefits 6

7 7 Employment benefits FEGLI (life insurance), FEHB (health insurance), FERS (retirement), TSP (Thrift Savings Plan) & Social Security Use of Morale, Welfare and Recreation facilities – Free or reduced price (fitness center, golf course, theater, intramural sports, auto and wood hobby shops, marina, sailing club, etc.) Employment benefits FEGLI (life insurance), FEHB (health insurance), FERS (retirement), TSP (Thrift Savings Plan) & Social Security Use of Morale, Welfare and Recreation facilities – Free or reduced price (fitness center, golf course, theater, intramural sports, auto and wood hobby shops, marina, sailing club, etc.) Student Benefits 7

8 8 Where to Start Must be accepted to the U of MD aerospace or mechanical engineering program at SMHEC Submit your resume on-line for management review –(Click Post Your Resume: All Others; click student and scientist and engineer category) –Automatic acknowledgement when submitting resume Must be accepted to the U of MD aerospace or mechanical engineering program at SMHEC Submit your resume on-line for management review –(Click Post Your Resume: All Others; click student and scientist and engineer category) –Automatic acknowledgement when submitting resume 8

9 9 One year work/school experience (sophomore level or above) is preferred but not required Must be a U.S. Citizen Enroll with CSM’s Career Services Coordinator –Lisa Warren, One year work/school experience (sophomore level or above) is preferred but not required Must be a U.S. Citizen Enroll with CSM’s Career Services Coordinator –Lisa Warren, Co-Op Student Requirements 9

10 10 As an option, students may enroll in the Co-Op program and not accept tuition and book reimbursement. Remain in good standing w/academic institution. Full-time student / work on school breaks –Half-time student / work min of 16 hours per week –Notify Co-Op Program Manager of changes in major, school, academic progress, etc. As an option, students may enroll in the Co-Op program and not accept tuition and book reimbursement. Remain in good standing w/academic institution. Full-time student / work on school breaks –Half-time student / work min of 16 hours per week –Notify Co-Op Program Manager of changes in major, school, academic progress, etc. Student Retention 10

11 11 Service obligation: three months of employment for every month of tuition reimbursement (3:1) Complete education in reasonable timeframe –Tuition assistance is limited to six semesters or nine quarters (equivalent) regardless of your full time or part time status. –Extensions reviewed on a case-by-case basis Service obligation: three months of employment for every month of tuition reimbursement (3:1) Complete education in reasonable timeframe –Tuition assistance is limited to six semesters or nine quarters (equivalent) regardless of your full time or part time status. –Extensions reviewed on a case-by-case basis Student Retention 11

12 12 Applications are accepted year-round for the Co-Op program; however, the highest priority will be given to students enrolled in the AE or ME programs offered by the U of Md at the Southern Maryland Higher Education Center. If you do not pursue the AE or ME program at SMHEC, you may still apply for a Co-Op position; however, your application will be considered in a much larger candidate pool on a competitive basis. Applications are accepted year-round for the Co-Op program; however, the highest priority will be given to students enrolled in the AE or ME programs offered by the U of Md at the Southern Maryland Higher Education Center. If you do not pursue the AE or ME program at SMHEC, you may still apply for a Co-Op position; however, your application will be considered in a much larger candidate pool on a competitive basis. 12

13 13 NAVAIR Recruitment Office Cooperative Education Program Manager –Frank Knox Training Center Near Gate Two –Marjory Holcomb, (301) –Linda Sievers, (301) NAVAIR Recruitment Office Cooperative Education Program Manager –Frank Knox Training Center Near Gate Two –Marjory Holcomb, (301) –Linda Sievers, (301) Points of Contact 13

14 14 Questions?


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