COP110 Internship Education

Internship Education is an experiential course designed to provide training for students seeking to enter or reenter a career field. Students gain practical experiences that are related to their academic program and/or career goals, subject to guidelines established by the appropriate academic department. Each student is expected to complete a career package, interview for a workplace position, establish five training objectives, participate in at least three workshops and one reflection seminar, write a reflection paper, and produce a career portfolio. The student’s progress will be evaluated by the Internship Coordinator, Faculty Coordinator, and Work-Site Supervisor. Students applying for Internship must have completed a minimum of 12 credit hours at NECC with a minimum GPA of 2.5. A CORI/SORI/CHRI check may be required by the worksite. Students will complete 12 hours in class and 168 hours on site.

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Reading proficiency and Writing proficiency or RWR090 Reading Writing and Reasoning Minimum Grade of: C and Fndns of Math proficiency


  • Free Elective