UMass Lowell's Professional Cooperative Education program provides undergraduate students with the chance to systematically integrate their classroom studies with professional work experiences.
The co-op program is a selective, voluntary program for sophomore, junior and senior students in good academic standing. A partnership with the university and employers, students in the Manning School of Business and selected majors in the Colleges of Engineering and Sciences participate in three to six-month paid experiences. Visit the Career Services & Cooperative Education Center
to learn more about co-op opportunities.
Quick Facts About Co-ops
Average earnings for our six-month co-ops
Employers have hired our undergraduate co-op students
Co-op work experiences since 2010
Co-op & Internship Experiences
The uncertainty with the job market definitely impacted what I wanted to do at college.
Management student Matthew Johnson entered the university in the aftermath of the global financial crisis and wanted to graduate with strong educational credentials and relevant job skills.