Fall 2024 Interest Form

Thank you for your interest in COOP! This is the first step in the application process to be considered for our career accelerator fellowship.

Before submitting your interest form, please take a second to review our eligibility criteria below:
  • You graduated (or will graduate) with a bachelor's degree between 8/15/2014 and 8/15/2024
  • You are unemployed and do not have significant, full-time, professional work experience, OR  
  • You are underemployed (meaning you make under $50k and/or your current job doesn't require a degree)
  • You are a U.S. citizen or legally authorized to work in the U.S. without restriction
  • You are at least 21 years old
  • You are a first-generation or low income college graduate 
  • You live in or near a city that we serve 
About You


If you go by a different name than what you entered in the "First Name" field, please include it here. If you prefer to go by the name in the "First Name" field, leave this field blank.




By providing my email address, I agree to let COOP Careers send news, reminders, and updates about COOP's digital apprenticeship program and tech opportunities via email. I understand that I can opt out at any time.

By providing my phone number, I agree to let COOP Careers send news, reminders, and updates about COOP's career accelerator fellowship and tech opportunities via text, phone call, and/or voicemail. I understand that I can opt out at any time. Data and message rates may apply. 
 



Note: If your pronouns change during program and/or you later prefer to use other pronouns, this record can be updated by contacting your Program Manager. For more information about pronouns, please consult this resource.




Please note: To be eligible for our program, you must live within two hours' commuting distance of the city you are applying to AND within one of the following states: NY, CT, NJ, IL, WI, IN, CA, or FL. 








For example, Launchpad 2020 at San Francisco State or Excel intro at Baruch College

School Information

Please type in the name of your university if it does not come up on the list.
Program Eligibility


Underemployed means that you make under $50k/year, and/or your current role does not require a bachelor's degree. In this case, "full-time, professional work experience" does not include temporary, contract, or fixed-term roles, nor roles that did not offer healthcare benefits. COOP is a program for those seeking to launch their careers for the first time. If you're unsure if you meet this requirement, please reach out to your region's recruiting coordinator. 


Answer YES if you are a U.S. citizen, a permanent resident, a DACA recipient, etc.. Note: Unfortunately, we currently do not have the appropriate resources to support those seeking employer sponsorship for work authorization status.   


If your parents (or parent, if you grew up in a single parent household) do not hold a bachelor's degree from a United States institution, you are considered a first generation college graduate.

State financial aid could include: TAP (NY), Cal Grant (CA), MAP Grant (IL), FSAG (FL)


By checking the box, I agree to receive text messages from COOP Careers. I understand that I can opt out at any time by replying STOP to cancel. Message rates may apply.
In order to further COOP's mission of overcoming underemployment, we may from time to time share non-anonymized, non-aggregated data with third parties. By submitting this form, you consent to data sharing. More information about our data privacy policy can be found here.


COOP does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, or genetics in the administration of its admissions policies and/or offering of its educational programming.