Raider salute to GRCC’s cooperative education, internship faculty

Gov. Snyder has proclaimed February “Cooperative Education and Internship Month.” Cooperative education and internships help train talent as Michigan students gain skills by linking career instruction with supervised training and experience on the job, highlight employment opportunities, and allow students to gain necessary skills that help ease the transition from school to the workplace.

Thanks to the faculty supervising internships and cooperative education this winter semester: Sue Baglien, Jim Muth, Gary Ebels, Nikki Banks, and Scott Lampe work with students in the School of Workforce Development, and Diane Sparks works with students in the School of Arts and Sciences.

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