Some co-op employers with the University of Cincinnati College of Engineering and Applied Science include:

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General Motors: Founded in 1908, General Motors has grown into the world's largest automotive corporation and full-line vehicle manufacturer. The company employs more than 388,000 people and partners with over 30,000 supplier companies worldwide. As the largest U.S. exporter of cars and trucks, and having manufacturing operations in 50 countries, General Motors has a global presence in more than 200 countries. Along with designing, manufacturing, and marketing of vehicles, General Motors has substantial interests in digital communications, financial and insurance services, locomotives, and heavy-duty automatic transmissions. GM has more than 260 major subsidiaries, joint ventures, and affiliates around the world.


Dow Chemical Company: The Dow Chemical Company provides hundreds of products and services for almost any application.


Structural Dynamics Research Corporation (SDRC):Founded in 1967 to provide advanced engineering consulting services, SDRC developed some of the industry's first mechanical engineering software packages to assist in its consulting efforts. After receiving strong customer interest in these software packages, the company began marketing its software in the early 1970s.


The Mead Corporation: The Mead Corporation, a $3.8 billion forest products company, is one of the leading North American producers of coated paper, specialty paper, coated paperboard and school and office supplies, a world leader in multiple packaging, and a high-quality producer of corrugating medium.


Ethicon INC.: ETHICON, INC. is made up of three distinct divisions: ETHICON Products, which specializes in products for wound management; Gynecare Products, which focuses on new technologies in women's health and Mitek Products, which manufacturers and markets surgical anchors for use in orthopedics and sports medicine.

General Electric Company

General Electric Company: GE is a diversified services, technology, and manufacturing company with a commitment to achieving worldwide leadership in each of its businesses. GE operates in more than 100 countries around the world. GE employs 340,000 people worldwide, including 197,000 in the United States.


Toyota: : In five states and Canada, Toyota is building cars, trucks, engines and components with the best parts we can find from domestic and global sources. Their manufacturing excitement does not end with vehicles. Toyota also produces various key components in North America, such as engines, truck beds, catalytic converters, aluminum wheels, steering columns and aluminum engine parts. In 2001, Toyota's West Virginia plant will add automatic transmissions to its production. This will be the first plant outside of Japan to manufacture Toyota automatic transmissions.

Cincinnati Machines, Inc.: CINCINNATI MACHINES, INC. is a used machinery dealer specializing in high quality CINCINNATI MILACRON machine tools. First of all, while we have no affiliation with CINCINNATI MILACRON, it is important to note that our key employees have in excess of 125 years of experience with CINCINNATI MILACRON machine tools. This experience, which includes a ground-in dedication to quality and customer satisfaction was acquired at CINCINNATI MILACRON and is the cornerstone for CINCINNATI MACHINES, INC.


CG&E: Cinergy Corp. was created in October 24, 1994 from the combination of The Cincinnati Gas & Electric Company and PSI Energy, Inc., the largest electric utility in Indiana. Based in Cincinnati, Ohio, Cinergy Corp. is one of the leading diversified energy companies in the U.S.


Entek IRD International Corporation: Entek IRD International has been a leader in the development of software and hardware capabilities for vibration analysis of rotating machinery for many years. The company began as Entek Scientific Corporation in 1981, and developed the first desktop computer-based program for use with spectrum analysis instrumentation. Over the years, they have engineered many of the software capabilities common in predictive maintenance (PdM) systems today. In 1996, Entek Scientific Corporation acquired IRD Mechanalysis, and formed Entek IRD International Corporation.


Hasbro Inc.: Hasbro is a worldwide leader in children's and family leisure time and entertainment products and services, including the design, manufacture and marketing of games and toys ranging from traditional to high-tech.


Procter & Gamble: P&G has long been on the leading edge of consumer research. They were one of the first companies in the world to hire full-time professionals to study consumer needs. They pioneered many of the research techniques that are now widely used across industry. And today, they interact with more than seven million consumers a year worldwide.


Bayer Corporation: Bayer Corporation is a research-based company with major business in health care and life sciences, chemicals and imaging technologies. Bayer Corporation is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bayer AG, based in Leverkusen, Germany, founded in 1863. Bayer Group has subsidiaries or agents in approximately 150 countries.


Frank MESSER & Sons CONSTRUCTION CO.: Frank Messer & Sons Construction Co. was organized in 1932 and has operated continuously for over sixty-eight years from its main office in Cincinnati, Ohio. The company regularly performs multimillion-dollar construction work in Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky. Construction Management and General Building Construction are part of day-to-day business for Messer. They are able to perform well across a broad range of project types because of their commitment to excellence in the management process.


NASA: NASA comprises approximately 17,500 civil servants, who along with their colleagues in U.S. industries and in other countries, are dedicated to exploring space and sharing their discoveries with people everywhere. Among NASA's best known projects are the Space Shuttle, the Hubble Space Telescope, the Galileo mission to Jupiter and the agency's aeronautics research