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High School Co-op

 

Reinforce your education through practical, hands-on work experience in Kodak's exciting and meaningful Cooperative Internship Programs (CIP) located in such locations as Rochester, NY, Windsor, CO, and Dayton, OH. Contribute ideas and develop knowledge, leadership and communications abilities while interacting and collaborating with top professionals in your field.

A High School Co-op is more than just a job; it is a learning experience that allows you to explore career options and possibilities. You will not only witness firsthand the inner workings of your career field, but you will also begin to make the transition from student too professional. As you explore a work environment, your co-op will help you to learn more about yourself, your skills and your aspirations. It will also assist you in increasing your marketability after graduation, allow you to narrow down major and career choices, allow you to command a higher starting salary, provide insight into prerequisites needed for employment, and allow you to narrow your college choices.

Reinforce your education through practical, hands-on work experience in Kodak's exciting and meaningful High School Co-op Program. Contribute ideas and develop knowledge, leadership and communications abilities while interacting and collaborating with top professionals in your field.
Program Requirements
  • You must be legally authorized to work in the country where the position is located.
  • You must be attending High School and completed your junior year
  • You must be able to work a minimum of 20 hours a week
  • You must complete and pass a drug screen as a condition of employment
  • Students may start in June at completion of their junior year or stay through the summer following completion of their senior year, with total assignment not to exceed one year.
 
Program Benefits
  • A competitive salary based on geographic location
  • Mentoring
 
Disciplines we recruit
  • Business Support
  • Lab/Tech
  • Skilled Trade
 
Applying for a High School Co-op
All High School Co-op positions will be posted on Kodak’s career site. In order to be considered, interested applicants must apply via our site.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is required to become a Kodak High School Co-op?

  • You must be legally authorized to work in the country where the position is located
  • You must be attending High School and completed your junior year
  • You must be able to work a minimum of 20 hours a week
  • You must complete and pass a drug screen as a condition of employment Students may start in June at completion of their junior year or stay through the summer following completion of their senior year, with total assignment not to exceed one year.
 
2. What benefits does Kodak offer to its High School Co-ops?

  • A competitive salary based on geographic location
  • Mentoring
 
3. How do I apply for an High School Co-op at Kodak?

To be considered for any position at Kodak, you are required to put your profile/resume into Kodak’s on-line database. High School Co-op positions are NOT posted on Kodak’s career site. All information pertaining to co-op positions may be obtained through your school’s counseling or career coordinator.

4. Where are Kodak’s High School Co-ops offered?

  • Rochester, NY
  • Windsor, CO

5. How do I follow up on a resume I submitted for a High School Co-op Opening?

The manager of the co-op program reviews all applications submitted. A recruiter or hiring manager will contact you if your qualifications meet the requirements of the position.

6. When are the High School Co-op positions offered?

Kodak’s High School Co-op program typically states in June or July and last for one year, with total assignment not to exceed twelve months. Start depends do vary depending on student and manager needs.

7. What areas does Kodak recruit for?

Kodak recruits students from a variety of disciplines and is dependant upon the needs of the business group at that time. This may include:
  • Business Support
  • Lab/Tech.
  • Skilled Trade

8. What is the salary?

A competitive salary is offered based on geographic location.

Testimonials

  • "I think the co-op program is really wonderful because normally, most kids my age do not get a chance to work for such a large company in a profession environment. I am learning about the career possibilities at Kodak, some of the products being created here, and the working environment in general."
  • If this is my last experience here with Kodak, or if this is just the beginning of a life-long relationship, I will never forget the people I’ve worked with, the friends I’ve made, or the intangible experience I’ve gained.
  • These experiences have been helpful in deciding what I would like to study in college. Through the responsibilities I have been given, I have learned to prioritize and utilize my time.