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Internship Program and Work Experience (WEXP)

Program Overview

Cooperative Work Experience is a unique, experiential academic program that allows individuals to apply what they’ve learned in the classroom to a work environment. Upon completion of their Work experience, students may earn 1-4 units of transferable credit with a letter grade. This program serves: college interns, volunteers, and employees. It is also one of several Living Skills graduation requirements for an associate degree. Click here to find out more information about internships and work experience.

Internships
Internships and volunteer experiences provide an opportunity for students to obtain work experience in their major. Internships allow students to develop technical skills, explore career choice, build confidence, network with people in the field, and transition into a competitive 21st century labor market.

Interested students must apply three or more weeks before classes start and are required to take a weekly one hour career management class. College credit is earned and internships may be paid or non-paid. To apply to an internship or for general questions about the program please see the WEXP Faculty and Staff page.

Employees
The program also assists employed students who are interested in advancing within their existing work environment. Through this program and the approval of the student's employer supervisor, students can apply what they have learned in the classroom to their job. College credit is earned.

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