Employer Information

Cooperative Education is a partnership between the ENSATS community and employers designed to provide students with practical employment experience in a workplace.  Employers mentor students and help develop the range and diversity of skills expected in a workplace environment. Students receive credit for their CTE program by participating in this work placement program.  Students must meet, and maintain, eligibility requirements related to attendance, grades, conduct, and successful completion of OSHA 10-hour Certification, or students could be removed from their placement. While on the job, employers are expected to foster the growth and development of students. In many cases, this is the student’s foray into the workplace and technical and employability skills, such as communication are developed on the job.  Students and employers maintain and submit time sheets to track attendance, hours, and employer feedback.