WCPSS Internship

  • Internship Overview

    An internship is a career exploration experience in which students are placed at an organization for a defined period of time. Students learn about a particular industry or career by taking on a responsible role as an employee. The internship provides the student with an opportunity to “test-drive” career possibilities, to gain valuable work experience in a field they are interested in, determine how to conduct themselves in a professional environment, create a network of contacts, and earn a school honors credit.  Internships may be paid or unpaid.  This is an excellent way to determine if the industry and/or profession you are interested in is the best career option to pursue before investing time and money in training and education.

     

    Internship Requirements

    • Student must be in 11th or 12th grade

    • Minimum GPA of 2.0 and no more than 5 absences

    • The internship must directly relate to a course of study at NWCCA

    • Complete a minimum of 135 hours at the sponsor site.

    • Complete all paperwork, job evaluation, and presentation

    • Reliable transportation 

    • Prompt and timely communication with Mr. Roman and your employer

     

    Internship Workbook and Grades

    • Internship Workbook - Click HERE to download the workbook

    • Final evaluation by your employer (30%)

    • Internship Documentation (15%)​

    • Internship Journal (25%)

    • Final project presented to a panel at CHS (30%)

    • Set up a time to meet with Mr. Roman if you have questions or concerns with the internship workbook/grades

    • Click HERE for a copy of  the Timesheet

    • Click HERE for a copy of the Supervisors Evaluation

     

    Honors Credit

    Complete two of the honors projects listed below (rubrics are in the Internship Workbook):

    • Career Interviews - Interview three people involved with a career you are interested in.

    • Career Brochures - Create a two-sided, trifold brochure on a selected career.

    • Organizational Chart - Investigate the organizational structure of a company in your career choice.

    • Policy Manual - Get a copy of the organization policy manual from your internship mentor.  Analyze according to the rubric

    • Creating a LinkedIn Profile

    • Doing a SWAT Analysis for your internship organization

    • Perform an external Environmental Scan of your internship organization

    • Click HERE to see the honors projects and rubrics

Book Appointment

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