Sign up your Senior Year for the Internship class.

    There is a CTE online internship class and a Senior Internship class. 

    The senior class meets for 3 weeks to get prepared for working in the field and then has release time.  Senior Interns came back at mid-term and finals. 

    You get a school credit while you work, you get to network with industry professionals and you have release time.

    All good things!!!
    See Ms. Debbie Moore in C103 for details or email her at Debbie.Moore@dvusd.org
    CTE Internships:  Learning is not limited to the classroom. Internship opportunities are a supervised work-based learning experience in a paid or unpaid position within the CTE program of study. The CTE internship provides on the job experience and valuable industry networking. Students must complete the Online Application for DVUSD Career and Technical Education Programs. 
    Senior Internship Class (in person):  These students meet in person in a 3 week setting to prepare for employment.  Then student have release time to go to their paid or unpaid work-based learning experiences.  Senior Intern students report back for midterms and finals to turn in paperwork. See your counselor to add this class. 
    Chegg has a site to help you find internships.   http://www.internships.com/search/guided
    Another site for internships:  Indeed Website 
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