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Internships

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Career Certification Program students have the opportunity to put their skills into practice working at a local business as an intern.


Businesses offer students non-paid internships, giving them a variety of experiences in the workplace. Students are responsible for working 36 hours under the supervision of an industry supervisor, including one full 8-hour work day. At the completion of the internship, many students are hired by their internship companies.


Over one hundred companies participate in the Internship Program. The companies represent a wide variety of industries, such as:

 

Aviation

Health Care

Automotive

Insurance

Banking

Law Enforcement

Construction

Legal Firms

Educational Agencies

Manufacturing

Employment Agencies

Media

Engineering

Real Estate

Entertainment

Sales

Financial Services

Social Services

Government Agencies

Technology

Graphic Arts

Transportation

 
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2021 Internship Supervisor Handbook

As a future or current business or community partner essential to the continued success of our program, we encourage you to look through this handbook to become familiar with our expectations as you undertake your role as a supervisor and the student accepts his or her role as an intern.

 

 

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