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Cooperative Education & Internship Program – Policy

NMSU continues to enjoy a national reputation for its Cooperative Education and Internship Program. Student work assignments vary with experiences in business, industry, government, and nonprofit organizations. The Cooperative Education program is a formally recognized educational program designated on a student’s academic transcript, for spring, summer and fall semesters. All students are required to report all full-time and part-time work assignments (Cooperative Education and Internship) to the program office. This includes all work assignments related to a class. Students interested in Cooperative Education and Internships must have an NMSU AggieCAREER Manager account and complete advising session with program coordinator or student advisor.