ECS Career Information
Co-op Registration Process
for Engineering and Computer Science Students
The number of units earned for a co-op depends on the number of total hours worked per semester. If you work full-time you can earn up to (12) undergraduate units and (9) graduate units. If you work part-time, you can earn between 2-6 units. International students must sign up for (12) units if undergraduate and (9) units if graduate.
Your co-op coordinator will work with your academic department to enroll students in the proper course, section and units.
Follow these steps after receiving your job offer:
Step 1: Hornet Career Connection Requirements
If you do not already have a profile on Hornet Career Connection, you will need to create a profile before you add your experiential learning information:
- Go to the Career Center and click on “Students,” then “Hornet Career Connection – Online Job Board.”
- Use your Saclink ID as the login and the word “sacramento” for the initial password.
- Next, go to your account page and click on the Experiential Learning tab
- Click “+Add New”
- Fill in the “Experiential Learning Information” section with all required information about your job and employer information.
- Fill out the “Information Sheet and Learning Objectives” section with all required information about your job and school information.
- Click the “Save” button.
Step 2: Submit All Required Documents to the Co-op Coordinator
Email the following materials and information to the co-op coordinator:
- A copy of your offer letter. This letter is written by the employer and must include the company name and address, your position title, salary, co-op 195A start and completion date, number of hours you will be working per week, a short position description, the address where you will be working, and the employer’s signature.
- Your most recent transcript (official or unofficial accepted)
- Your resume
- A copy of your signed Declaration of Policies for Off-Campus Learning Experiences
- A copy of your signed Statement of Understanding
- In your email to the Co-op Coordinator, please make sure to note your class registration date (date and time), the number of course units you wish to obtain and the number of units you are currently enrolled in at the present time (not including expected co-op units).
Once you have completed both steps, please email Michelle Okada with the attachments and required information.
Upon completion of your co-op experience, submit the evaluation to obtain your 195A grade:
Electrical and Electronic Engineering/ Computer Engineering Students: Please follow these instructions.
Computer Science Students: Please follow the instructions given by your 195A instructor.
Co-op Coordinator Contact Information:
Career Counselor and Experiential Learning Coordinator
- Resume and cover letter writing
- Practice for interviews
- Upcoming career events