Welcome to your internship.
The goal of the work-based learning internship program is to provide students with a comprehensive education while preparing them for an increasingly competitive job market. Work based-learning internships brings the workplace into the classroom and transforms the workplace into a place of learning.
Meet with your counselor
The first thing you will need to do is meet with your counselor to determine eligibility and availability. Once you have met with your counselor, you can sign up for an internship.
After filling out the Online form, please print off and complete the Application. Don't forget to get all the signatures required. Please upload your completed application below.
Fall semester applications are due
End of 2nd semester
of previous school year.
Spring Semester applications due before December 15th of current school year.
Complete the necessary training's through your Work-Based Learning Counselor and Department of Workforce Services.
*Click on each button below to complete the steps.
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The Department of Workforce Services has combined Workshop 1 and 2 into one workshop. After completion of this combined workshop, Workforce Services will ask you to sign up for a Mock Interview and Resume Critique appointment with them.
After completion of the Combined Workshop 1 & 2, you will need to be prepared to schedule an appointment time with Workforce Services to complete your Mock Interview and Resume Critique.
These workshops were available until Sept. 9th.
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Set up your internship site
If you need help finding an internship site, the Department of Workforce Services will help you set up your internship.
Contact Forest Turner at DWS,
This is a list of possible internship locations
Submit the completed training agreement form. Don't forget all the signatures required.
Track your progress
Notify your school counselor to add the class to your schedule.
You will be responsible for
- Journal entries