What are co-ops, what do they actually entail, and where can you find one? We’ve got the answers to all of your questions. Watch:
Unilever Co-Op FAQs
Unilever has a simple but clear purpose: to build a better business, a better world, a better you.
While co-ops (short for “cooperative education programs”) and internships are both valuable experiences for students, there are a couple of major differences:
- Co-ops generally tend to be longer than internships (many are six to 12 months in length), and participants will often even relocate.
- Whereas most school–year internships fit into student schedules, some co-ops require a full-time schedule.
- Co-ops usually pay more than internships.
And as you probably figured out, Unilever’s co-op programs (as well as its internship programs) are hiring on WayUp now, so apply before those deadlines are up!