Lakeland’s Cooperative Education has been a success thanks in large part to our Co-Op partner companies and organizations. Sheboygan County is home to international companies, including very successful family-owned businesses, as well as a myriad of non-profit organizations.
Lakeland is always expanding beyond the region around its main campus, and has secured Co-Op partnerships at companies outside of Sheboygan County. These could be ideal for students who want to live at home for the summer, but still want to take advantage of Co-Op.
Check out the employer list below to see where you may be able to work while you’re studying at Lakeland.
Our Co-Op experiences allow students to find their career pathway, improve their professional skills and have invaluable networking opportunities. Check out these videos and meet some of our Co-Op students. This will help you understand how this program could impact your time at Lakeland and set you up for post-graduation success.
Click the dropdowns below to see a list of recent Lakeland University Cooperative Education partners that have employed our students.
Sport Management & Leadership
Students who pursue the co-op track in Writing may have experiential learning opportunities with libraries, literary journals and magazines, publishing companies, newspapers, marketing firms, art centers, and an array of nonprofit and corporate partners seeking students who desire to create and edit copy to engage any audience.