Internship Pathways Description

  • What is the WLWV Internship Pathways program?

    The Internship Pathways program is a work-based learning program where Sophomore, Juniors, or Seniors in high school gain hands-on experience at a local business, organization, or in the school district. Internships are unpaid carefully monitored work experiences where a student is trained in specific career area. Internships do not lead to employment at the end of the internship. 

    Students learn job specific skills, build their resume, and explore a career path. 
    After logging 30 project hours and completing career-based assignments a student earns .5 elective high school credit. Students also have the option of earning 1 Clackamas Community College (CCC) credit ($10 fee, waived for those on free or reduced lunch). To earn HS/CCC credit a student needs to complete career-based assignments in addition to the 30 hours project time.
     Assignments include interviewing a professional, researching a career field, and updating your resume. 


     

                             APPLY HERE 

    (Fall openings are now closed, apply now to be notified when Winter/Spring 2022 opportunities become available)


     

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CAREER EXPLORATION OPPORTUNITIES IN OUR COMMUNITY

INTERESTED IN HOSTING A YOUTH INTERNSHIP?

  • If you are a business or organization interested in hosting a youth internship or a student who has questions about internships please contact: Laura Nappi, Internship Coordinator, NappiL@wlwv.k12.or.us (503) 673-7000 ext 4635

DO YOU HAVE A CONCERN ABOUT YOUR INTERNSHIP?

  • Do you have a concern about your internship?
    Are you an intern and have a concern about your internship, were injured, or had an uncomfortable situation with a person at your internship site? Please complete the Internship Concern Reporting Form. You can also contact the CREST Internship Coordinator  directly at (503) 673-7000 ext 4635 or email NappiL@wlwv.k12.or.us