Career & Technical Education Internship Program Information

Career & Technical Education Internship Program Information

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  • Are you involved in a work study position (a current job) in which you would like to earn elective class credit for your work study time?
  • Are you a junior (11th grader) or senior (12th grader) interested in finding, interviewing for, and participating in an internship that could help you prepare for a career?
  • If you answered yes to either of these questions, please continue reading below (or read the attached PDF document), and then email Mr. Wright letting him know you'd like more information (


Internships are typically short-term work assignments related to your career interests. Completing an internship is an excellent way to develop the hands-on skills and professionalism needed for a successful transition into a job. Below, you'll find information on what exactly an internship is, why you should complete one, strategies for finding a great internship opportunity, and things you should be aware of when completing an internship.

Student Responsibilities

  • Approach internships in a professional manner that is guided by courtesy, a desire to learn, and a willingness to receive feedback for improvement.
  • Act in a responsible and appropriate manner during your internship.

Earning Class Credits during the Internship

  • Students can earn up to 2 elective credits per year (3 total during high school).

(Edited by Dirk Oden - original submission Monday, 23 January 2017, 9:44 AM)

(Edited by Dirk Oden - original submission Tuesday, 7 February 2017, 1:49 PM)