Internships

  • The Marin County School to Career Partnership offers an Internship program for public high school students in Marin County. The program offers students the opportunity to gain hands-on workplace skills and to test their academic knowledge in a real-world setting. Internship sessions are available in the Fall, Spring, and Summer. 

     

    Internships may vary depending upon the needs of the students, the needs of the employers, and the requirements of the School to Career program. Every effort is made to find an internship placement for students in one of their top three choices; however, some internships are not available every semester, and choices are limited in certain industry areas. The School to Career Liaisons coordinates with students, teachers, and employers to ensure that each student has a meaningful learning experience. Most of the internships are unpaid, although there might be some paid opportunities. 

     

     

    Click here to view/download and fill out the Student Internship Application Packet
     
     
    Please contact your School to Career Liaison for Fall 2021 internship application timelines and deadlines
     
     
     

    SCHOOL TO CAREER LIAISONS 

    Novato Unified School District: David Glasgow - dglasgow@marinschools.org 

    San Rafael City Schools:  Ivan Diaz - idiaz@marinschools.org 

    Shoreline Unified School District:  David Glasgow - dglasgow@marinschools.org 

    Tamalpais Union High School District: Greg Davison - gdavison@marinschools.org  

     

    FALL AND SPRING INTERNSHIPS 

    Minimum Hours: 48

    The Fall and Spring Internship Programs provide an 8-week intensive career exploration opportunity requiring students to spend 6 to 9 hours per week on the worksite with a mentor. Fall internships begin in early October, and Spring internships begin in early February. The Internship program is recommended for juniors and seniors. Elective academic credit is available.  

     

    SUMMER INTERNSHIPS 

    Minimum Hours: 54  

    Usually, students participating in the summer internship program must attend the accompanying Summer Internship Career Academy at the College of Marin. This class meets for four days out of the summer program. Students will do a culminating presentation. Upon completion, students can earn up to 1.5 units of college credit. 

      

     

    STUDENT INTERN HIGHLIGHTS

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Jiteshwar (JT) Attri

Jiteshwar (JT) Attri of Terra Linda High School interned with the San Francisco Bar Association with their immigration legal clinic during summer 2019.

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Beatrix Franus

Beatrix Franus of Terra Linda High School interned with Employee Health Services at Kaiser Permanente during summer 2019. She was able to input patient data, help room patients and visit other hospital departments.

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Alana Slanec

Alana Slanec of Terra Linda High School interned with the Marin History Museum updating their website, social media pages, and helping the organization overall during summer 2019.

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Amy Muithya and Tristyn Lai

Amy Muithya (left) and Tristyn Lai (right) of Terra Linda High School, interned with BESST-Inc, an innovative technology provider and consulting firm that uses advanced, miniaturized sub-surface technology to provide solutions for complex groundwater quality and quantity issues. Both interns managed database updates and learned Microsoft Access amongst other skills.