Learning by doing activity Component
- A COF Scholar must maintain at least a 3.0 cumulative grade point average (overall AND in major). The first term a student's cumulative GPA drops below 3.0, a warning is issued. The scholarship may be terminated if the student's GPA falls below 3.0 for a second term.
- The COF Scholar meet with their assigned university advisor regarding progress, problems, etc. Written progress reports must be submitted by each COF Scholar to firstname.lastname@example.org at the end of each enrolled term by the deadline provided.
The COF Scholar must participate in designated “learning by doing” activities which include internships, co-op opportunties, service learning/civic engagement, undergraduate/graduate research (by college): COSM, CECS, WSU's Ohio Means Internships and Coops grant and CSCS Internships
OBR on Twitter
The Ohio Board of Regents recently established a Twitter account to provide information to students about internship opportunities on our www.OhioMeansInternships.com website. We will be tweeting links to great internship opportunities for students. Please encourage your friends to visit the www.OhioMeansInternships.com website and to follow @Ohiointernships on Twitter. This website and twitter feed can be a valuable tool.
Below is a short summary about the www.OhioMeansInternships.com website.
OhioMeansInterships.com Helps Ohio Businesses and Students Connect
Finding quality internships and experiential learning opportunities can be an important part of an Ohio student's career development as well as an important component of a company's business plan. OhioMeansInternships.com can help students connect with interested businesses.
Students who register with OhioMeansInternships.com will be sought out by employers who also register with OhioMeansInternships.com to search for student talent. Students will be able to search internship positions that have been posted.
"Our goal is to educate students and move them from the classroom to the quality jobs in the workforce as quickly as possible." Chancellor Petro said. "This website will help students find internships that they can use to gain experience and hone their skills as well as help them identify career pathways."
The website is more than a listing of internships; it serves as a comprehensive solution that will provide information useful during the students' educational planning stages. One of the features is a portal page specific to students looking at internships. The portal includes analytics to identify career pathways and smarter career choices that work for all segments of the student job seeker population.
For information contact Michael Reynolds