Worksite Tours / Internship Committee

Work Site Tours – Experiential Learning

The Work Site Tours & Internship Committee plans, organizes, and executes industry experiences for Juniors.  A glimpse into the professional workplace.  

Why is this important?

  • Your workplace is exciting to a young person.
  • Great career exploration activity.
  • Great networking with business leaders.
  • Great social skills activity.
  • An innovative way to learn about various career paths.
  • Crooms is a member of NAF – National Academy Foundation.
  • Great Segway to the Internship Program.

What’s in it for you?

  • Young people are very interesting and fun to work with.
  • Young people are excited to learn about your career path and your journey.
  • You do make a difference for our students.
  • You model professionalism and excitement about your company/career.
  • It’s a great way to give back to the community.

How Do I Get Involved?

  • Contact the BAC Liaison 407-320-5749.

Internship – The World of Work

The Internship Program is a cooperative education program that offers course credit with paid, productive real-world work experience. The Crooms AoIT Internship Program job is IT related and students will earn the National Academy Foundation Certificate. This program offers many educational, financial and career-building benefits.  For more information, contact Mrs. Erin Millwater, Internship Coordinator 407-320-5730, Millwaer@scps.k12.fl.us

Interns:

  • Students 10th – 12th grade must be eligible and apply for the program.
  • Schedule a minimum of 150 working hours for the student to earn full credit.
  • Interns must be “compensated”.
  • Students must be assigned to a supervisor.
  • Timecard and evaluations must be submitted each marking period.
  • Students must meet with the Internship Coordinator to get enrolled.

Employers:

  • Connect with the Internship Coordinator to sign up to participate.
  • Attend an employer training.
  • Provide a job description for the internship experience.
  • Completed the required paperwork.
  • Provide guidance and training for the position/experience.
  • Provide the required number of hours and “compensation”.
  • Be a role model – lead by example.