In today’s job market, employers expect applicants to have real-world experience. Internships are an extension of students’ classroom knowledge and help them to further develop and use skills on the job. For students, internships are also a way to learn about a career or an employer.
Programs that offer internship courses
Internships are required for many of the Associate of Applied Sciences Degrees. Course prerequisites are listed in the college catalog. Discuss your eligibility with your faculty advisor.
- Accounting Technology
- Brewing Science & Brewery Operations
- Graphic Design
- Information Technology
- Web Technology
- Integrated Agriculture and Food Systems
Students in other AAS Degree programs have an option to gain experience with an internship.
Other programs offer experiential education components including Medical Assistant externships, Culinary Arts in-house internships, and closely-supervised clinical courses for most healthcare fields. On an individualized basis, there is an option for students to participate in an independent study internship. Questions? Contact email@example.com or (406) 756-3803.