INTERNSHIPS: This semester pass/fail course is for students ready to move out of the classroom and experience on-the-job-training. Internships allow students to explore career interests as part of their high school education and add practical experience to their resume or college application. Internship opportunities are available in agriculture, education, criminal justice, healthcare and many more. Watch this video.
This program requires students to complete:
- 40 hours at the internship site
- Course work, where they will build a LinkedIn account, create a resume and participate in mock interviews
- A PowerPoint presentation as the final project, which will be presented at the junior high schools.
2021-2022 Cottonwood High Interns
JOB SHADOWING: Students have opportunities to observe careers by visiting work-sites, meeting with career professionals, and touring facilities.
FIELD TRIPS: Throughout the school year, colleges and businesses invite High School students to attend career seminars and workshops. Some of these groups come to Cottonwood High campus, while others are off-site. (For some opportunities, Granite School District provides transportation.)
JOB OPPORTUNITIES: Check out the Job Board at the Career Center and attend the Job and Apprentice Fair held at Cottonwood High during spring semester. Businesses interested in having a job posted or attending the Fair, please call or email Mary Campbell, WBL Learning/Career Advisor, 385.646.2070, firstname.lastname@example.org