COOPERATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM

VSB’s CoOp program provides students with the opportunity to experience complete immersion in a professional work environment, during the spring of their sophomore year or during their junior year. A CoOp experience is six months in length (fall: July-December; spring: January-June), during which time the student works at the sponsoring organization on a full-time basis. Work content mirrors that of an entry-level professional. 

Stay on Track With Graduation

Students earn six academic credits for successful completion of a CoOp experience AND a competitive salary. The program is designed so that participating students maintain full-time student status and remain on track to graduate in four years by completing coursework before, during, and/or after the CoOp assignment.

Benefits

VSB selectively engages in CoOp relationships with companies committed to participating in the school’s strategic initiatives. In many instances, students participating in a CoOp will receive priority consideration for full-time entry-level opportunities upon graduation. Other benefits include:

  • Gain real-world hands-on learning experience
  • Opportunity to explore possible career interests
  • Crystallize values and career goals
  • Earn hands-on experience that will enhance marketability when pursuing full-time positions
  • Build a strong professional portfolio and enhance marketability when pursuing internships and full-time positions

Eligibility

To explore your eligibility to participate in a VSB CoOp, contact the O’Donnell Center for Professional Development (Bartley 1054) to schedule an appointment with an Experiential Education professional.

January 18, 2021

Deadline for Employers to Post CoOp Jobs to Handshake

February 9, 2021

CoOp Students Tell All: Day in the Life (Virtually via Zoom, 7:30PM)

Students considering CoOp participation are invited to attend and hear from current and former CoOp students about their experiences, providing interested students with the opportunity to learn more about the programs and CoOp employer partners.

February 24, 2021

CoOp Student Advising Ends + Student Resume Submission Deadline via Handshake for All CoOps

Candidates must meet with their Academic Advisors and O’Donnell Center Staff to review eligibility and academic considerations before applying via Handshake.                                                                                                            

February 26, 2021

Deadline for Employers to Submit Interview Selections (5 p.m.) via Handshake AND via Email Directly to O’Donnell Center Staff

March 1-3, 2021

Students are notified of interview selections AND sign up for on-campus interview slot(s) via Handshake

March 12, 2021

Virtual Interviews Conducted

  • AgroFresh 
  • Bryant Park Capital
  • Delaware County District Attorney’s Office
  • HubSpot
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • SAP

March 18, 2021

Deadline for employers to notify students & O’Donnell Center Staff of CoOp offers – students who did not receive offers must also be notified

April 2021

Confirmed students attend CoOp Launch Session to plan for summer/fall ’21 course registration and prepare for work experience

July - December 2021

Students participate in six-month, full-time CoOp assignments

December 1, 2021

Deadline for Employer Evaluations & Student Assignments (details will be provided)

CoOp Programs

Agrofresh Company Profile

AgroFresh is a global leader in delivering innovative solutions that extend the shelf life of fresh produce. The Company is empowering the food industry with Smarter FreshnessTM, a range of integrated solutions designed to help growers, packers and retailers improve produce freshness and quality while preventing shrinkage and reducing waste.

AgroFresh’s market leadership is underpinned by our global footprint, extensive applied scientific expertise, customer intimacy, and a growing portfolio of value-added products and mission-critical advisory services. Our key products are approved for sale in over 50 countries, support approximately 3,900 direct customers and service over 25,000 storage rooms globally. In addition, we provide in-depth plant physiology expertise and offer a comprehensive list of solutions spanning from near-harvest to post-harvest, from storage through retail. More importantly, our direct market approach and high touch service model best positions us to address our customers’ needs. We believe this is a key differentiator compared to other companies that offer limited service levels.

About the Accounting Department

AgroFresh’s Corporate Accounting Department is located at 5th and Walnut in Philadelphia.  The Corporate team currently consists of 8 people.  There are three additional regional accounting teams in Spain, Brazil and New Zealand.  We work closely with these teams, as well as the Treasury, Finance, Tax and Operations departments.

The CoOp Experience

The CoOp Experience with Agrofresh will provide the following professional development opportunities:

  • Opportunity to work at a global public company with employees in 21 countries
  • Smaller accounting team provides opportunity to learn in several accounting/business areas
  • Learn SAP, entry booking and account reconciliations
  • Financial statement analysis
  • Exposure to monthly close and audit/internal control process
  • Involvement in internal and external reporting
  • Interaction with multiple functions and management

CoOp Responsibilities may include:

  • Prepare journal entries for management review
  • Prepare reconciliations and analysis for various asset and liability accounts
  • Prepare account reconciliations
  • Assist with identifying liability accruals at month end
  • Ad hoc special projects from SAP for management review
  • Assist with year-end audit requirements and SOX 404 compliance

Eligibility

  • Junior year status preferred during CoOp; sophomores (for Spring CoOp) and seniors (for Fall CoOp) also considered
  • 3.0 minimum overall GPA
  • Some prior business, finance or accounting experience a plus
  • Proficiency in Excel including vlookup and pivot tables
  • Some PowerPoint presentation development skills
  • Highly motivated self-starter with an attention to detail
  • Strong interpersonal skills, including written and oral communication
  • SAP or Blackline experience a plus

Bryant Park Capital Profile

Bryant Park Capital is a middle-market investment bank, with offices in Philadelphia and New York, providing M&A and corporate finance advisory services to public and private companies typically with revenues between $20 million and $500 million. Its most recent transactions have been in the financial / business services, healthcare, and consumer industries.  BPC is comprised of seasoned M&A and corporate finance professionals from top tier investment banks and senior executives of operating companies.  BPC excels in providing M&A advisory and capital raising services for complex deal structures as well as providing high level access to top tier private equity, hedge fund and venture capital firms.

CoOp positions with Bryant Park Capital are typically available in Conshohocken, Pa.

The CoOp Experience

CoOps will learn through active engagements as contributors to small teams. By working closely with BPC’s highly experienced team of professionals, students will learn how to collect company specific financial, operational and capital markets information, conduct industry research, and perform detailed valuation analyses. They will also be exposed to the full process of advising on transactions, from developing new business to preparing marketing materials for potential buyers & financing sources.

CoOp Responsibilities may include:

  • Collect company specific financial, operational & capital markets information
  • With bankers, conduct in-depth industry, business, & financial due diligence
  • Perform market research & comparable company analysis (specific to a prospect or as a part of BPC’s industry newsletters)
  • As a part of deal teams, assist in:
  • Putting together due diligence lists
  • Pulling screens for potential investors / buyers
  • Managing the data room
  • Making contact list updates while in market
  • Preparing executive summaries & confidential information memoranda

Eligibility

  • Junior year status preferred during CoOp; sophomores (for Spring CoOp) and seniors (for Fall CoOp) also considered
  • Accounting, Finance, and (VSB) Economics Majors/Minors
  • 3.0 minimum overall GPA
  • High level of personal integrity
  • Keen attention to detail
  • Strong writing skills with the ability to concisely and thoughtfully prepare investment memorandum, summarize research, etc.
  • Tenacious in meeting deadlines, with a strong sense of urgency and self-management discipline
  • Organized and efficient, with the ability to define priorities and determine the processes necessary to get things done
  • Able to adapt to differing situations and changing priorities
  • Ability to work autonomously
  • A confident team player
  • Proficient with Microsoft Excel and spreadsheet analysis

Office of the District Attorney Profile

Over the last few years, there has been an exponential growth in the number of economic crimes reported to the DA’s Office ranging from simple fraud schemes to complex identity theft operations to corporate fraud and embezzlement. These reports are investigated by detectives in the Economic Crimes Unit of the Criminal Investigation Division.

Criminal Investigation Division (Cid) At The Office

The CID is the investigative arm of the Delaware County District Attorney’s Office. The Economic Crimes Unit of CID is responsible for the investigation and prosecution of the vast majority of large scale financial crimes that occur within the jurisdiction. The types of crimes investigated include corporate embezzlement, insurance fraud, investment fraud, fiduciary fraud, elder fraud and identity theft.

The Delaware County District Attorney’s Office is located in Media, PA.  

THE CoOp EXPERIENCE

The CoOp Program offers the opportunity to gain practical experience in the rapidly growing discipline of forensic accounting and economic crime investigation, through a six-month, full-time assignment. The CoOp student will be an integral part of the Economic Crimes Unit of the Delaware County Criminal Investigation Division and will develop valuable skill sets useful for career advancement.

CoOp Responsibilities May Include:

  • Substantial responsibility for investigating economic crimes

  • Exposure to investigative interviewing techniques, forensic document review and analysis, search and arrest warrant preparation

  • Exposure to the entire process of investigating economic crimes and preparing them for prosecution with the Attorney’s Office.

Eligibility

  • Junior year status preferred during CoOp; sophomores (for Spring CoOp) and seniors (for Fall CoOp) also considered
  • Accounting, Finance, and (VSB) Economics Majors/Minors
  • 3.0 minimum overall GPA
  • Successful completion of Financial Accounting (VSB 2004)
  • Successful completion of Principles of Finance (VSB 2009) preferred
  • Successful completion of Principles of Managerial Accounting (VSB 3006) preferred
  • Proficient with Microsoft Excel and spreadsheet analysis
  • Successful completion of a criminal background check

HubSpot is the world's leading inbound marketing and sales platform. Over 19,000 customers in more than 90 countries use HubSpot's software, services, and support to transform the way they attract, engage, and delight customers. A global company with offices in Cambridge, MA, Portsmouth, NH, Dublin, Ireland, Sydney, Australia, Singapore, and Tokyo, HubSpot transforms how organizations market and sell. Through its unique approach to company culture, HubSpot has also redefined how people work and live.

Our commitment to autonomy, flexibility, and transparency prompted the creation of our Culture Code, which has gone viral, amassing more than 2M views. Ensuring that our customers and employees are continually growing and learning has helped make HubSpot a Best Place to Work in the eyes of Glassdoor, Fortune, Entrepreneur, Inc. The Boston Globe, and the Boston Business Journal. If you are looking for a place where you'll tackle big problems alongside some of the most talented and dynamic people you've ever worked with, HubSpot might just be the place for you. Join us! #inboundjobs

CoOp positions with HubSpot are located in Cambridge, Ma.

THE CoOp EXPERIENCE

A six-month, full-time CoOp experience will provide students with hands-on exposure to industry related disciplines on HubSpot teams. Find your opportunity from the choices below.

CoOp, Partner Acquisition Team

  • Associate Growth Marketing Manager
  • LATAM Brazil Marketing
  • Product Campaigns Manager
  • INBOUND Content (Events)

* See Handshake for full descriptions for each position.

Eligibility

Junior year status preferred during CoOp; sophomores (for spring CoOp) and seniors (for fall CoOp) also considered

  • Marketing, Business Analytics/MIS Majors/Minors
  • 3.0 minimum overall GPA
  • Strong written and verbal communication
  • Willing to learn and self-driven individual
  • Work well with deadlines and have ability to multi-task
  • Knowledge in or ability to learn CSS, CRM, and other SAP systems
  • Proven ability to maintain confidentiality

Johnson & Johnson is the world’s most comprehensive and broadly-based manufacturer of health care products with the fundamental objective to improve the quality of life of people around the world by providing scientifically sound and high-quality health care products and services. With sales of $81.6 billion, J&J has more than 250 operating companies in more than 60 countries.

With $76.5 billion in 2017 sales, Johnson & Johnson is the world's most comprehensive and broadly-based manufacturer of health care products, as well as a provider of related services, for the consumer, pharmaceutical, and medical devices markets. There are more than 250 Johnson & Johnson operating companies employing over 125,000 people and with products touching the lives of over a billion people every day, throughout the world. If you have the talent and desire to touch the world, Johnson & Johnson has the career opportunities to help make it happen.

Consumer Brand Management 

The Consumer Companies of Johnson & Johnson develop, market and sell beloved brands that address the needs of consumers and health care professionals worldwide. Our portfolio of Baby, Beauty, Consumer Health Care, Over-the-Counter and Nutritional products includes leading brands, such as: Johnson's Baby, Neutrogena, Clean & Clear, Aveeno, Band-Aid, Listerine, Motrin IB, Tylenol, and Zyrtec-D.

Brand Management CoOp Program locations may include but are not limited to:

  • Skillman, NJ
  • Fort Washington, PA
  • Los Angeles, CA

The CoOp Experience

As a Brand Management CoOp, you will become an integral part of a Consumer Brand Marketing team. You will be involved in all aspects of brand management.

CoOp Responsibilities may include:

  • Develop and/or execute marketing programs and strategies to promote products to consumers, retailers and medical professionals.
  • Execute consumer and retail promotions including sampling programs & direct mail.
  • Work with creative agencies to create strong consumer communications.
  • Analyze category and competitive trends, determine lessons learned and develop strategies to grow within the category.
  • Facilitate Copy Clearance submission, feedback and communication.
  • Evaluate capabilities and proposals from new vendors.
  • Participate in training courses with your peers, which are focused on brand management and other key functional areas.

Thriving on a diverse company culture, celebrating the uniqueness of our employees and committed to inclusion. Proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

Eligibility

  • Junior year status preferred during CoOp; sophomores (for Spring CoOp) also considered
  • Previous marketing internships or experience preferred (e.g., marketing role in campus organization, society involvement, etc.)
  • 3.0 minimum overall GPA
  • Completion Competitive Effectiveness (VSB 2020) prior to participation in CoOp
  • You must be willing to commit to the entire 6-month time frame - 40 hours per week (Monday – Friday)
  • Legally authorized to work in the United States without the need for sponsorship now or in the future is required
  • Proficient in Windows software applications (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Outlook)
  • Ability to provide own transportation between home and work office location is required

Johnson & Johnson is the world’s most comprehensive and broadly-based manufacturer of health care products with the fundamental objective to improve the quality of life of people around the world by providing scientifically sound and high-quality health care products and services. With sales of $81.6 billion J&J has more than 250 operating companies in more than 60 countries.

With $76.5 billion in 2017 sales, Johnson & Johnson is the world's most comprehensive and broadly-based manufacturer of health care products, as well as a provider of related services, for the consumer, pharmaceutical, and medical devices markets. There are more than 250 Johnson & Johnson operating companies employing over 125,000 people and with products touching the lives of over a billion people every day, throughout the world. If you have the talent and desire to touch the world, Johnson & Johnson has the career opportunities to help make it happen.

Our purpose in J&J is helping people around the world by anticipating their needs, building solutions and experiences that help them live healthy, vibrant lives.

Consumer Customer Development

Students will work within a dynamic team that partners with key Food, Drug, Mass Merchandiser and Specialty Retailers across the country to identify and execute business-building opportunities.

CoOp placements opportunities are typically available in Fort Washington, PA & Skillman, NJ

The CoOp Experience

This program offers high-caliber students the ability to apply their knowledge in practical business settings during a six-month, full-time (40 hours per week) assignment from Spring (January - June ) or Fall (July - December ). Students will be responsible for delivering the company forecast, executing strategic business plans and launching new creative and innovative products to retail partners. In addition, the team is dedicated to Category Management and Shopper Marketing initiatives, including providing data analysis to uncover ambitious trends, executing retail & customer initiatives and collaborating on strategic business-building opportunities.

CoOp Responsibilities may include:

You will be incorporated into the day-to-day business practices of the Sales organization:

  • Analyzing data to understand business drivers and trends, assisting with the management of promotional display programs
  • Reporting and evaluating monthly sales versus forecast activity, supporting the new item launch process, supporting Sales Operations tools
  • Executing retail and consumer initiatives and additional projects that support our key business initiatives.

The CoOp Program also offers a robust learning curriculum that is comprised of both on-the-job training and formal learning to enhance professional skills development.  You will have the opportunity to fulfill your goals in Corporate Social Responsibility and participate in an array of diversity and employee resource groups.

Thriving on a diverse company culture, celebrating the uniqueness of our employees and committed to inclusion. Proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

Eligibility

  • Junior year status preferred during CoOp; sophomores (for Spring CoOp) also considered
  • All business majors preferably with a Marketing, Finance or Business focus
  • You must be willing to commit to an entire 6-month time frame - 40 hours per week (Monday – Friday)3.0 minimum overall GPA
  • Candidates must be authorized to work in the U.S.
  • Ability to provide own transportation between home and work office location is required

SAP Company Profile

As the market leader in enterprise application software, we help companies of all sizes and industries run better. From back office to boardroom, warehouse to storefront, desktop to mobile device – SAP empowers people and organizations to work together more efficiently and use business insight more effectively to stay ahead of the competition. SAP applications and services enable more than 253,500 customers to operate profitably, adapt continuously, and grow sustainably.

Customer Engagement Support CoOp, SAP America, Inc.

The Customer Engagement Support Center (CES) is responsible for delivering a seamless, holistic, and best-of-all-worlds customer engagement support to customer-facing functions in CE&X and beyond and plays a key role in fortifying the post-sales customer life cycle.

The Customer Engagement Support Center Operations Role is responsible to deliver on any initiatives/activities assigned to them by their regional or global CES leadership. This is an internal role that helps support colleagues in customer facing positions.  Successful candidates will have the opportunity to develop their engagement skills, business etiquette, and SAP customer and product knowledge; enabling possible transition into customer facing roles.

CoOp Experience

This six-month, full-time CoOp, will involve engagement with global leadership, their local CES team as well as an ongoing rotation of colleagues within the cloud support organization to help ensure the overall success of customer engagement and support experiences. CES Operations aid in the increased adoption and retention of Cloud subscriptions by helping CES team members promote successful customer engagements and support best practices.

CoOp Responsibilities may include:

  • Manage and review incoming CES requests in a timely manner, ensuring excellent levels of service by gathering and providing the information needed for the CES to take appropriate next actions.
  • Filter requests for critical situations that require immediate action.
  • Schedule and participate in engagement support sessions with the assigned architects to better learn our customers’ business goals and to also better understand our internal customer success practices.
  • Generate the meeting minutes for Engagement Sessions, ensuring correct assignment of action items.
  • Maintain data and reporting systems and monitor progress of action plans for continuous engagement and customer/team involvement.
  • Actively contribute in the collection and management of metrics required by the CES leadership.
  • Update as requested appropriate CES content to JAM for the consumption of the CES team and its stakeholders.

Eligibility

  • Junior year status preferred during CoOp; sophomores (for spring CoOp) and seniors (for fall CoOp) also considered
  • MIS / BA Majors/Minors
  • 3.0 minimum overall GPA
  • Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook, Access)
  • Strong written and verbal communication
  • Knowledge in or ability to learn ERP, CRM, and other SAP systems
  • Willing to learn and self-driven individual
  • Work well with deadlines and have ability to multi-task
  • Proven ability to maintain confidentiality.
  • English: Level 3: Fluent

TJX Company Profile

The TJX Companies, Inc. is the leading off-price retailer of apparel and home fashions in the U.S. and worldwide, ranking No. 87 in the 2017 Fortune 100 listings, with $33 billion in revenues in 2016, more than 3800 stores in 9 countries, 3 e-commerce sites, and approximately 235,000 Associates. We operate T.J. Maxx, Marshalls, HomeGoods, Sierra Trading Post and HomeSense, as well as tjmaxx.com and sierratradingpost.com, in the United States; Winners, HomeSense, and Marshalls in Canada; and T.K. Maxx in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, Poland, Austria, the Netherlands and Australia, as well as HomeSense and tk.maxx.com in the U.K.

We see ourselves as a global, off-price, value retailer and our mission is to deliver great value to our customers. Our great flexibility has enabled us to succeed through various economic and retail environments. We are proud of everything we’ve achieved as a business, but we are even more excited about the future and what it could mean for your career. If you want to become a business leader within retail Merchandising and Buying, this is the program where your adventure begins. Successful performance may offer you the opportunity to join our Merchandising Development Program upon graduation.

CoOp positions with TJX are located in Framingham, MA, And Los Angeles, CA.

Allocation Analyst CoOp

  • Directly responsible for several multi-million dollar product classifications
  • Participate in an accelerated version of training received by full time hires
  • Analyze reports, evaluate inventory levels & identify trends
  • Responsibility for determining allocation strategy for our stores
  • Visit TJX stores and competitors to critique/evaluate the merchandise
  • Liaison between Buying and Planning to resolve merchandise related issues

Eligibility

  • Junior year status preferred during CoOp; sophomores (for spring CoOp) also considered
  • Marketing, Business Analytics, Management Information Systems Majors/Minors
  • 3.0 minimum overall GPA
  • Strong ability to work with numbers, analyze data, and think critically
  • Excellent communication with teamwork
  • Leadership abilities and strong work ethic
  • Problem solving and creative thinking
  • Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment
  • Interest in retail and product trends

TJX Company Profile

The TJX Companies, Inc. is the leading off-price retailer of apparel and home fashions in the U.S. and worldwide, ranking No. 87 in the 2017 Fortune 100 listings, with $33 billion in revenues in 2016, more than 3800 stores in 9 countries, 3 e-commerce sites, and approximately 235,000 Associates. We operate T.J. Maxx, Marshalls, HomeGoods, Sierra Trading Post and HomeSense, as well as tjmaxx.com and sierratradingpost.com, in the United States; Winners, HomeSense, and Marshalls in Canada; and T.K. Maxx in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, Poland, Austria, the Netherlands and Australia, as well as HomeSense and tk.maxx.com in the U.K.

We see ourselves as a global, off-price, value retailer and our mission is to deliver great value to our customers. Our great flexibility has enabled us to succeed through various economic and retail environments. We are proud of everything we’ve achieved as a business, but we are even more excited about the future and what it could mean for your career. If you want to become a business leader within retail Merchandising and Buying, this is the program where your adventure begins. Successful performance may offer you the opportunity to join our Merchandising Development Program upon graduation.

CoOp positions with TJX are located in Framingham, MA and Los Angeles, CA.

Associate Buyer CoOp

  • Experience the world of off-price negotiation and buying
  • Participate in an accelerated version of training received by full time hires
  • Opportunity to travel with Buyers
  • Strategize with Buyers before vendor visits and debrief post-visit
  • Analyze reports, identify trends, reaper buyers for market trips, write and track orders
  • Resolve issues with incoming merchandise
  • Visit TJX stores and competitors to critique/evaluate the merchandise
  • Liaison between Buying and Planning to resolve merchandise related issues

Eligibility

  • Junior year status preferred during CoOp; sophomores (for spring CoOp) also considered
  • Marketing, Business Analytics, Management Information Systems Majors/Minors
  • 3.0 minimum overall GPA
  • Strong ability to work with numbers, analyze data, and think critically
  • Excellent communication with teamwork
  • Leadership abilities and strong work ethic
  • Problem-solving and creative thinking
  • Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment
  • Interest in retail and product trends

Eligibility

  • Junior year status preferred during CoOp; sophomores (for spring CoOp) also considered
  • Marketing, Business Analytics, MIS Majors/Minors
  • 3.0 minimum overall GPA
  • Strong ability to work with numbers, analyze data, and think critically
  • Excellent communication with teamwork
  • Leadership abilities and strong work ethic
  • Problem solving and creative thinking
  • Ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment
  • Interest in retail and product trends

Academic Requirements

Student earns six free elective credits for completing the six-month, full-time CoOp experience; remaining nine course credits are completed before/after and during the CoOp.

  • Fall CoOp: July-December
  • Spring CoOp: January-June
  • Learning Objectives: Student establishes, in conjunction with company supervisor, several key learning objectives as a means of focusing the CoOp experience.  Objectives will be determined within the first two weeks of starting CoOp assignment.
  •  Daily Activity Log: Student records the dates worked, number of hours completed, nature of projects, tasks, responsibilities and the relationship of the work to learning objectives. Log will be reviewed by company supervisor.
  • Final Paper: Student completes 10-12 page paper discussing relationship Of CoOp experience to classroom work, learning objectives and career interests. Review and evaluation of paper is completed by company supervisor prior to submission to VSB for final grading of Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory.
  • Student Evaluation: Student completes assessment of CoOp experience.

Why Should I Participate?

  • Clarify career goals and enhance your marketability
  • Gain real-world, out-of-classroom educational experience
  • Position yourself for consideration for the full-time Operations Analyst Program upon graduation
  • Prove yourself to be a valuable asset while on the job
  • Receive Financial Compensation at competitive market value

Maintain Full-Time Student Status, thus continuing:

  • Insurance coverage
  • Scholarship eligibility
  • Housing eligibility

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