Industry & Work Experiences

  • Student Job Board

    Welcome to the Student Job Board!  It is intended for all currently active and former students.

One time installation

Install a small bedroom chandelier.
Do you have to be over age 18 to apply? No

Personal home

Posted: 9/11/20

Locksmith Technician

Lock Repair, Lock Install, Commercial Door Install, Commercial Door Repair, Safe Install, Safe Repair, Master Key System Design and Implementation, Access Control System Install, Access Control System Diagnostics and Repair, CCTV Layout and Design, CCTV Install, CCTV Diagnostics and Repair.
Do you have to be over age 18 to apply? Yes

Advanced Lock and Security

Posted: 9/10/20

Facilities Technician

Produces finished goods including powders, liquids and solids. Ensures accuracy when weighing raw materials for use in batches. Uses Batch Sheets to follow recipes for various chemical/bacterial products. Follows Standard Operating Procedures. Maintains training requirements. Prepares shipments (including wrapping, weighing, preparing paperwork, acquiring dimensions, checking for accuracy, etc.). Check all work, documents and records for accuracy. Maintains a clean, organized workspace.
Do you have to be over age 18 to apply? Yes


Posted: 9/10/20

Cooperative Education Program

  • The Cooperative Education program is designed to provide seniors and selected juniors with the opportunity to bridge the gap between education and employment while remaining a student. The program combines classroom instruction with on-the-job training. By integrating classroom study and supervised, practical work experience, students obtain the best of both worlds as they learn by applying skills they mastered in the classroom. The Cooperative Education program is available in any occupational program to qualifying students who have demonstrated good attendance, obtained good grades and have their teacher’s recommendation. The objectives of the Co-op Program are to connect classroom learning with work-based learning experiences, prepare students for the move from classroom to work site, support supervised on-the-job training, and help students make career decisions


    An employer often offers successful co-op students the opportunity to further their education.


    The time spent working for a co-op employer allows the employer to train the student for the company’s specific needs. The employer also has the chance to evaluate the student’s future with the company. Many co-op students continue working for their co-op employers after graduation.


    Reliable, prompt, willing to listen and learn, team worker, safe worker, organized.


For More Information

  • Email Lew Gordner, Cooperative Education Instructor
  • (484) 593-5100 ext. 8225
  • (610) 933-8877 ext.4249