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Student Job Services (SJS) and Cooperative Education

Student Job Services assists Pensacola State College students and alumni with their employment needs and offers Cooperative Education opportunities to qualifying students. Employers can use Pensacola State College Works On-Line to post jobs and search for qualified applicants.


SJS Resources
  • Works On-Line - view/post current job openings and upload resume
  • CareerVision PDF - catalog of Pensacola State College's career and technical programs
  • Employment-related handouts and reference materials
  • Computerized resume writing program
  • Internet access
  • Word processing
  • Cooperative Education
Cooperative Education

Cooperative Education provides students the opportunity to supplement classroom study with on-the-job experience closely related to the student's course of study and individual interest and earn academic credit toward their degree. Co-op is a planned, paid work experience which may extend for more than one semester.  Many programs are co-op eligible.

Call the number below to discuss program eligibility.

Cooperative Education Eligibility
A student must meet the following criteria to qualify for Cooperative Education:
  • Be currently enrolled for a minimum of six semester hours
  • Complete a minimum of 12 semester hours (does not include prep classes)
  • Minimum 2.5 GPA
  • Attend an orientation session with a Co-op coordinator

Student Orientation PDF

Employer Orientation PDF

Cooperative Education College Credit

Cooperative Education offers college credit (that will count towards a degree) for most majors offered at Pensacola State College.

 

Syllabus for AA, AS and AAS programs PDF
Syllabus for Vocational Certificate programs PDF

Faculty Visitation Report PDF


ImportantImportant...
The following two forms are typically due within the first two weeks of the student beginning his/her co-op assignment. These forms can be filled out online. Be sure to "Save As" to save completed form. Once printed/signed fax or scan the document to Co-op Office.

Pensacola State College Co-op Agreement PDF
Cooperative Education Learning Contract PDF


The following evaluation form and comprehensive project report are typically due within the last two weeks of the student's co-op assignment for each term worked.

Supervisor's Evaluation of Cooperative Student PDF

Project Report for Hospitality and Culinary Majors (Other majors' guidelines in syllabus)  PDF

 

 

Job Fairs
    • January 16 2014, Thursday, 9:00 a.m.– 3:00 p.m. Lowes Hiring Event Jean & Paul Amos Performance Studio
    • February 1, 2014 Saturday, 9:00 – 12:00 Multi-Cultural Job Fair, Pensacola Campus Bldg. 5 Student Center
      Attending Employers
    • March 28, 2014 Friday, 10:00 – 1:00 Pensacola State College Century Center
    • April 28, 2014 Monday,2:00pm-5:00pm World of Possibilities Job Fair, Bay Center
    • June 18th 2014 Wednesday, 9:00-1:00 Milton Campus L.I.F.E Center.

    For more information call 850.484.1653 or email gbixel@pensacolastate.edu.

    Helpful Links

     

    College Work Study Programs
    Student Job Services is now assisting qualified students with placement within the Work Study programs.  Placement opportunities for these programs are limited and not everyone who qualifies can be placed.  Student Job Services can assist you with other job opportunities which are linked to the website.
    Federal Work Study Program (FWSP)
    Is a state-funded, needs-based program designed for eligible Florida citizens and provides a work
    experience to complement and reinforce educational and career goals (funding is limited and is awarded Fall and Spring Terms). Eligible students are identified by the Financial Aid Office and are assigned to the college departments by the Student Job Services Office.
    Florida Work Experience Program (FWEP)
    Is a state-funded, needs-based program designed for eligible Florida citizens and provides a work experience to complement and reinforce educational and career goals (funding is limited). Eligible students are identified by the Financial Aid Office and are assigned to the college departments by the Student Job Services Office.

    General Student Guidelines

    You must have java and the latest update of Adobe to run the Work-Study forms. Both applications are free to download.

    Employer Forms

 

Office Location and Telephone

Campus
Pensacola
Milton

Warrington

Department
Student Job Services

Career Connection

Career Connection

Building
Bldg. 6 / Rm. 641

Bldg. 4200/Rm. 4027

Bldg. 3600/Rm. 3624

Telephone
850.484.1654

850.484.4444

850.484.2293




Email Student Job Services

Pensacola: studentjobservices@pensacolastate.edu






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