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CCCTC programs prepare students with skills required for success in the workplace.  many businesses in the area partner with the CCCTC to provide internship experiences for our students.

            Career Connections is part of a national effort to best prepare student for “life after high school.”  Career Connections links students, schools and workplaces to provide students with credentials, experiences, and skills to help transition to further education, careers, and adulthood; in another word; internships.  Student are placed with employers according to aptitude, ability, interest and completer program.  Students gain real world job skills, and strong connections to careers. Businesses gain better employees and increased productivity.

            Students’ participating in Career Connections receive education that extends beyond the classroom.  Students not only acquire specific career related experiences and skills; they also gain skills necessary for any career, such as teamwork, problem-solving, and interpersonal communication; just to name a few.  Students receive a grade, (this is a class) and experience in their career field.  The internship is also listed on their transcript. 

            Career related internships are available to students recommended by their CCCTC instructor upon completion of their CCCTC program.  All students must meet basic criteria regarding grades, attendance, service hours, and required High School tests. 

            Interested students need to meet with the Career Connections Coordinator to determine if they meet the required criteria to begin the application process.  Student applications must also be approved by the principal.

>>>3 Ways to Intern at CCCTC

1. Qualified Academy of Health students do clinical preparation for internships in the fall of their senior year.  Every effort is made to have qualified Academy of Health students, based on their performance in the fall, intern as part of their program in the spring of their senior year.  Because these placements are at community sites special requirements such as transportation, TB tests, drug test, and, in the case of nursing, passing the state boards are necessary requirements for participation. (See "What it takes" on the Academy of Health program page.

2.  CCCTC programs prepare students with the skills and experience that employers are looking for in an intern.  Students are encourages making an appointment with Mrs. Linfield to discuss the specific qualifications and requirements for placements. 

3. The R and D program allows students who finish their program successfully to come back to CCCTC as in house interns.  Qualified students, with teacher recommendation, may apply for this program.  Space is limited.

Sarah Jones

Titles: Career Connections Teacher
Phone Numbers:
Work: 410-751-3669