Internships and Work Experience at FRC

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Feather River College's internship and work-experience program offers credit for work-experience while teaching students the employability skills necessary to get ahead in their industry. The priority of the internship and work experience program is to help students graduate college with experience they need to get the job they want. 

About the Internship and Work Experience Program

Students who are working currently, want to job shadow someone, or who are looking for an internship to get an idea about a career, can participate in the Internship and Work Experience program. Students with out a current job meet with the Internship Coordinator and discuss their career goals and the types of industry they would like to work in. The internship coordinator then contacts related community industry partners to see if any jobs or internships are available. When a student is matched, the student enrolls in BUS 171, a second-nine week course that allows students to get credit for their work, and learn valuable employability skills.

Students who complete the internship program walk away with unique insight and experience on their industry sector, and a stronger understanding of how skills like communication, empathy and self-awareness can make all the difference in getting the job you want.

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