Cooperative Work Experience for Students Put your education to work! The Cooperative Work Experience (CWE) program enables you to earn college credit while gaining on-the-job experience. Read through the following information and/or the Student Guide to learn how CWE can work for you. If you are ready to get started in CWE or have any questions, please contact the CWE office at 503-594-3511 or email@example.com CWE Information Student Guide Instructor Contact List CWE Seminar Course Instructions FAQ's Employer Flyer Getting Started Steps Required Forms for Students CWE Application Agreement Learning Outcomes How to Write Learning Outcomes Timesheet How to Prepare for CWE Meet with Your CWE Instructor Meet with the CWE Instructor from your department at least 1–2 terms before you plan to take your CWE class and learn about CWE requirements for your program. Prepare Application Materials Update your resume & cover letter. Visit the Career Center for help creating or updating your resume/cover letter. Contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-594-6001 Find a CWE Site Search for a site with assistance from your CWE Instructor. If you have a job related to your program of study, you might be able to use this as your CWE site with approval from your CWE Instructor. You must have a site approved by your CWE Instructor before Step 4. Complete CWE Application Online Once you have a CWE site, complete the CWE Application online. Go to www.clackamas.edu/cwe, click on CWE Students, then click on CWE Application. Get Instructor Consent to Register Contact your CWE instructor for consent to register. Follow their instructions to get registered. Note: All CWE courses have a required co-requisite course, CWE Seminar (CWE-281). You must complete this course during the term(s) you are enrolled in CWE. Complete Paperwork & Begin Work Before you begin working, get signatures on required forms and submit to your CWE Instructor. Go to www.clackamas.edu/cwe, click on CWE Students, then download the two forms, "Agreement" and "Learning Outcomes".