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Intro to Co-op: Week Three

by: Katie Potter

Intro to Co-op: Week Three PD1061

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These notes go over what we talked about in Intro to Co-op for Industrial Design for Week Three.
Intro to Co-op Industrial Design
Beth Herrin
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Co-op, industrial, Design, DAAP, University of Cincinnati, three
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Katie Potter on Saturday February 6, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to PD1061 at University of Cincinnati taught by Beth Herrin in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 21 views. For similar materials see Intro to Co-op Industrial Design in Human Development at University of Cincinnati.


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Date Created: 02/06/16
Intro to Co-op Industrial Design Notes: Week Three Why Participate in Co-op? - Become a well-rounded designer and professional - To discover what field of design you like/want to do - Get out of college bubble/go into the real world - Gain professional contacts - Earn money towards college/other expenses - Learn things you can’t in classes Point of co-op isn’t to get your dream job v Gain knowledge and experience to get dream job after school Most designs schools don’t have these same opportunities - May get more work for their portfolios - UC designers get two years of work experience by the time of graduation What can you Expect to Learn on Co-op? - How to present work and self professionally - Specific work-related skills - Confidence in work/self Co-op employers there to help, know what skills you have when hiring v Mentors If you aren’t doing what you thought you’d be doing at a co-op, try to learn from the experience - Factory work can be helpful, even if it isn’t glamourous Different than if student isn’t getting to do any work and is doing chores (Marc Jacobs) - Nothing helpful being learned - Co-op employer didn’t understand what co-op was supposed to be Don’t expect to have spring break during a co-op - If company takes a break, then there isn’t a problem Can take vacation days, as long as it’s okay with the employer Have a conversation with employers before getting hired - Don’t bring it up a week before leaving v Talk to employers and Beth about plans/issues v Don’t try to handle it on your own


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