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This course must be paired with a CTE content course offered at Edison Academy. Students must take both the Internship course and at least one of the courses listed above together in the same school year.
- Automotive Collision Services
- Automotive Technology
- Construction Technology
- Criminal Justice
- Culinary Arts
- Cyber IT Courses - Routing & Switching (Cisco), Computer Systems Technology, Network Administration, Oracle, Security + Capstone
- Electrical Construction & Engineering
- HVAC & Refrigeration
- Teachers for Tomorrow ( internship would be in addition to the internship already built into the course curriculum such as working at a day care, tutoring service, etc.)
- Veterinary Science
An overview of the Internship course:
- Internship is a Work-Based Learning experience that places the student in a real workplace environment to develop and practice career-related knowledge and bring together skills and knowledge for a specific career field related to the student’s career interests, abilities, and goals.
- An Internship Training Agreement must be in place which requires the support of the student, parent/guardian, and employer/business internship sponsor.
- Internships may be paid or unpaid with sponsoring organizations.
- Meaningful and authentic connections are made to classroom learning and accompanied by structured reflection activities.
- Students participating in internships are guided by a formal, written training plan that defines specific academic and workplace skills to be mastered.
- Course credit for internship experiences during the school year should be based upon the student’s successful completion of the course and continuous, satisfactory employment throughout the school year.
- Students should achieve a minimum of 280 hours of internship experience with a sponsoring organization for the school year (70 hours per quarter).
- Student must secure their internship experience early, preferably prior to the school year start date.
Business/Industry Mentoring and Supervision
Occupation Specific Work Based Learning Experience
On-the-Job Training with Related Technical Classroom-based Instruction
Employability and Occupational Skills