The Cooperative Education Program (COOP) at Skyline College offers students the opportunity to earn elective unit credits for work experience. Students who are employed or volunteering establish written job-related learning objectives with their supervisor at their place of employment. Students will continue to work on their learning objectives and make progress towards achieving their goal throughout the semester.

Students may earn a total of 16 Cooperative Education units at Skyline College which can be transferable to the California State Universities (CSU).

By the end of the semester, students will have completed the following:

  • Complete the Employment Information Form
  • Complete Learning Objectives Form with Supervisor
  • Submit the COOP timesheet that reflects the total hours worked during the semester

All forms must be signed and the Learning Objectives Form will be evaluated by your Supervisor and COOP Instructor.

How to get started with Cooperative Education

Your first step to being successful in the Cooperative Education Program is to please submit the online Employment Information Form below.

While filling out the form below, select your assigned instructor Soledad McCarthy or Alexa Moore.