Grand County High School Internship Program

HTI
INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
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Internship Program Overview

Internships put classroom knowledge into practical application and skill development. They allow students to put theory into practice giving them the ability to explore job opportunities and learn real-world applications in careers they find interesting.

Work in Grand has partnered with Homegrown Talent Initiative to provide students and businesses the opportunity to work together, supporting job exploration and work-based learning.

Work Interest

Can Travel

Currently Available

Weekly Availability (hrs)

Work Type

Work Preferences

Student Availability

Student ID: 203

Grade

Internship Preference

Can Travel

Hours Per Week

Currently Available

Student Availability

Senior
Customer facing
Yes
1 to 5
Yes
Spring 2022

What would I like to learn:

sports nutrition, human services education or technical services

My Acadmic Experience

AP Biology, Anatomy and Physiology, Advanced weightlifting,

My Interests

weight lifting, coaching, I prefer hands on activities.

Student ID: 202

Grade

Internship Preference

Can Travel

Hours Per Week

Currently Available

Student Availability

Junior
Office environment
Yes
1 to 5
Yes
Spring 2022

What would I like to learn:

Industrial Engineering, Aero Space Engineering

My Acadmic Experience

AP Human Geography, Calculus, Advanced Placement

My Interests

Mountin Biking, Volunteering, Recreation

Student ID: 201

Grade

Internship Preference

Can Travel

Hours Per Week

Currently Available

Student Availability

Senior
Outdoor
Yes
1 to 5
Yes
Spring 2022

What would I like to learn:

Health Services, Hospitality, Trades, Technical Services, I would like to broaden my horizons and see opportunities available to me.

My Acadmic Experience

Advanced placement, Catering

My Interests

Nutrition, Sports Medicine, Working Outside, Interested in becoming a Chef

Student ID: 200

Grade

Internship Preference

Can Travel

Hours Per Week

Currently Available

Student Availability

Senior
Customer facing
Yes
1 to 5
Yes
Spring 2022

What would I like to learn:

Forensic Science, Criminal Justice, Public Safety, Health Services

My Interests

Criminology, Anatomy and Physiology

Student ID: 203

Grade

Internship Preference

Can Travel

Hours Per Week

Currently Available

Student Availability

Senior
Customer facing
Yes
1 to 5
Yes
Spring 2022

What would I like to learn:

sports nutrition, human services education or technical services

My Acadmic Experience

AP Biology, Anatomy and Physiology, Advanced weightlifting,

My Interests

weight lifting, coaching, I prefer hands on activities.

Student ID: 202

Grade

Internship Preference

Can Travel

Hours Per Week

Currently Available

Student Availability

Junior
Office environment
Yes
1 to 5
Yes
Spring 2022

What would I like to learn:

Industrial Engineering, Aero Space Engineering

My Acadmic Experience

AP Human Geography, Calculus, Advanced Placement

My Interests

Mountin Biking, Volunteering, Recreation

Student ID: 201

Grade

Internship Preference

Can Travel

Hours Per Week

Currently Available

Student Availability

Senior
Outdoor
Yes
1 to 5
Yes
Spring 2022

What would I like to learn:

Health Services, Hospitality, Trades, Technical Services, I would like to broaden my horizons and see opportunities available to me.

My Acadmic Experience

Advanced placement, Catering

My Interests

Nutrition, Sports Medicine, Working Outside, Interested in becoming a Chef

Student ID: 200

Grade

Internship Preference

Can Travel

Hours Per Week

Currently Available

Student Availability

Senior
Customer facing
Yes
1 to 5
Yes
Spring 2022

What would I like to learn:

Forensic Science, Criminal Justice, Public Safety, Health Services

My Interests

Criminology, Anatomy and Physiology

Work Interest

Can Travel

Currently Available

Weekly Availability (hrs)

Work Type

Work Preferences

Student Availability

Internship Program FAQ's

Are internships paid?

No, Internships through the Homegrown Talent Initiative are not to be paid. There are opportunities for students to participate in a work-study arrangement, should that be a necessary pathway.

What type of work are the students able to do?

Students are able to participate in work related to the internship agreement. Please see the HTI Handbook for more details around the limitations and guidelines for internship participants.

Are these on-site or virtual internships?

Internships can be either virtual or on-site. Some internships will be a combination of the two.

What are the insurance considerations that a business needs to have in order to bring on an intern?

Students are covered by the schools worker’s compensation policy when engaged in internship related activities. Students covered by the school’s worker’s compensation policy must report an injury to his/her supervisor and school contact person as soon as possible, but no later than 4 business days or may not be eligible for worker’s compensation coverage. Students participating in a work-study program will be covered under the employer’s workers compensation policy. 

How long are these internships?

Internships are typically one (1) semester in length, but students are eligible to receive up to two (2) elective credits in the internship category. This is the equivalent of 4 semesters/4 quarters at Middle Park and West Grand High Schools. Exceptions can be made on a case by case basis.

What is the process of getting an intern hired?

Businesses interested in participating will either identify a student on the WIG website or can reach out to the HTI/Internship Coordinator at each school to discuss their interest in participating in the program.