Professional Career Internship

Professional Career Internship

Professional Career Internship is a College and Career Readiness course that is designed to provide opportunities for students to explore careers that require additional degrees or certifications following high school. The emphasis of the experience is on applying skills developed through instruction and on learning new career competencies at the internship site. The internship is tailored to the unique needs and interests of the student and is considered a high school capstone experience towards fulfillment of the student's meaningful future career plan.

Upon completion of the internship, students will review and revise their College and Career plans. A training agreement outlines the expectations of all parties: the intern, parent/guardian, site supervisor/mentor, internship supervisor, and the school. Students participating in these structured experiences will follow class, school, business/industry/ organization, State, and Federal guidelines. Students must document a minimum of 70 hours at their internship sites to receive high school credit. Partnerships with several local employers are in place to assist students with placement. 

HNHS Student Tyler Stephan demonstrates his skills in the IT Department.
HNHS Student Michael Turner demonstrates his skills in the IT Department.
HNHS student Tyler Stephan demonstrates his skills.
HNHS Student Michael Turner demonstrates
 his skills.

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