">
Students - High School and College
What is an Internship?
  • An internship is a temporary position created by an employer providing the opportunity to learn and gain valuable work experience.
Benefits of an Internship?
  • Gain real-world work experience
  • Provides the opportunity to test the waters in your areas of interest
  • Gain High School credits (1/2 elective credit at 65 hours of work time)
  • Gain College credits (varies based on approved Internship and career path)
  • Internships provide great experience that looks good on resume and college applications
  • Employers are flexible to your school schedule
How to get Involved
  • Fill out Student Profile and complete a resume
  • Meet with Career Counselor to review and submit your documents
  • Review current Internship Opportunities and let them know if you would like to apply
  • You will get notified if the hosting employer would like to interview
  • Prepare for an interview
Be Prepared For Your Interview
  • Review your resume with your teacher or advisor.
  • Make sure that you understand what the internship is that you are interviewing for.
  • Review the website of the employer and come up with questions for the interview.
  • Make sure you know the address of the interview (don't be late).
  • Dress appropriately.
  • Be excited about the opportunity. Employers want to know that you really want to Internship.
  • Answer the questions the best you can (don't make things up!)
  • Shake hands firmly, be engaged.
Document Download - To Be Completed Prior To Starting An Internship
  • Data Release Form
    • Please sign the appropriate document for the area in which you are attending school.
Contract Information - Email completed forms and your resume your local Internship Coordinator.

Youth CareerConnect
NEED HELP?
Youth CareerConnect is an initiative of Better Together, working to advance the collective impact of educators, businesses, governments, and youth development organizations.

Youth Career Connect | 2804 SW Sixth Street | Redmond OR 97756