Internship is an opportunity for students to focus on their passions and define or refine their intended college major and career goals to match their abilities and interests. Students will have support in identifying a placement to complete an internship with a local business in their area of interest. Students must complete 75 on-site hours in a semester, unpaid or paid based on placement opportunities, for a .5 credit using a Pass/Fail grading system. Internship placement can include during the course block, after school, weekends, and non-school days for flexibility with student availability. Based on these different time structures there will be support for balancing time and responsibilities in the course design. Students must have transportation for travel to the internship site. Course can be repeated with instructor approval.
Information about this program will be available in the Career and Technical Education department and through student services with your counselor. Coordinating an internship placement will occur following registration.