Student Internship Program
The Student Internship Program (SIP) is designed to give 12th-grade students opportunities to explore career interests outside of the traditional classroom and gain valuable hands-on work experience. These internships have the potential to help young men and women shape their long-term professional goals.
- Employers educate students on their industries through two weeks/80 hours of work experience. The suggested work period is June or July based on the availability of the employers and
- Intern hosts provide meaningful and quality learning opportunities. Some positions will be more hands-on than others; job shadowing is okay. The internships are structured as unpaid work experience, but some companies choose to
- Students apply and compete for internships based on job descriptions to ensure
This short-term commitment can have a lifelong impact on the lives of students. With the help and support of employers, these bright young adults can be better informed and prepared for the future.
To learn more about hosting a Student Internship Program student or to discuss a position your company can offer, please contact Program Director Corinne Coulter at 936.271.6153, email@example.com or register at www.efta-us.org/volunteer.
Education for Tomorrow Alliance is a nonprofit organization dedicated to connecting the business and education communities in Montgomery County, Texas. With innovative programs focused on science, technology and career preparation, EFTA has become the portal through which business leaders can access and strengthen local education. Our vision is that every student is equipped with the knowledge and skills to be career and college ready.
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