Tennessee Tech University computer engineering major Germonte Jordan will spend one year working for MedSolutions: Intelligent Cost Management on a co-op, or cooperative education, assignment.
Jordan, of Chattanooga, will work as an intern on the report development team to analyze data and build reports for clients.
“Co-op experience gives TTU students an edge as they get ready to start their careers,” said Don Foster, Career Services associate director. “The experiential education program can help students develop skills and better discover what they want to do when they enter the workforce after graduation.”
Students from all academic disciplines are eligible for the TTU co-op program, which is coordinated by the Office of Career Services. The office works regularly with hundreds of employers across the Southeast including business, industry, non-profit and government agencies to fit students’ career interests.
Tennessee Tech University, with an enrollment of more than 11,000 students, has been selected as one of the nation’s 50 “Best Value” public colleges and universities and “Best Southeastern College” by The Princeton Review.
Jordan, son of Aneta Brown and Gerald Jordan, graduated from the Chattanooga School of Arts and Sciences in 2011. He is a senior at TTU.