Research Co-op Fund
The research co-op program is sponsored by the Office of the Provost and allows students to explore research co-op experiences in a funded capacity. Funds are distributed to 25 faculty members annually who are conducting cutting edge research and have demonstrated an interest in mentoring an undergraduate co-op student.
International Co-op Initiatives
Students with a 2.5 cumulative GPA or higher participating in Steinbright’s international co-op program are automatically considered for stipends to support the increased expenses that come with living and working abroad including travel and living expenses.
Gift Funds and Grants
Gift funds come from external donors including private individuals/families, foundations and dedicated employers in support of the ideals and goals of Steinbright’s cooperative education program. These gifts are often earmarked for specific programs or purposes including:
The Vidalakis Cretan Scholars Program
Sponsored by the Vidakalis family, this annual fund supports students living and working on the island of Crete in Greece for the duration of their co-op cycles.
Supported by Steinbright co-op employers, this fund provides vital financial support for co-op students who want to work in unpaid positions with non-profit organizations as well as students who want to pursue co-op opportunities nationally and internationally.