Last night Monash Engineering unveiled it's 2019 launch of the Co-operative (Co-op) Education Program. AMOG, Ensign, John Holland Group and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries were some of our existing partners who attended the event.
2019 Co-Operative students cohort with Professor Elizabeth Croft, Dean, Faculty of Engineering
Professor Elizabeth Croft, Dean, Faculty of Engineering delivered an engaging and passionate opening address to outline the merits of the program, offering partners a valuable opportunity to support and influence the next generation of engineers and thus reinforce Monash University's position of Australia's top engineering school.
Left to right: James Wilson, MITSUBISHI Heavy Industries, Professor Elizabeth Croft, Dean of Engineering
Mark Brownley, General Manager, Field Services, South Australia Power Networks who hosted a Co-op student provided an inspiring perspective on the values of Co-op, highlighting the strong opportunity industry has to shape the future engineering graduates. Co-op students in the pilot program shared their personal accounts of what it was like to work as a young engineer in the field.
Mark Brownley, General Manager Field Services, South Australia Power Networks
It was a highly successful event, networking with current and prospective industry partners and setting a strong momentum for the evolution and growth of the Co-Operative Education Program.