CMC invites students, local businesses to Oct. 2 info session for school’s internships
September 25, 2018
Experienced instructors will be ready to help explain Colorado Mountain College's internship program and better connect local businesses and organizations with the students who might fill those internships on Oct. 2.
Any local businesses that's interested in working with CMC internship students is encourage to come to an informational session from 6-7 p.m. Oct. 2 at CMC's Breckenridge Campus.
During the event, business owners and students alike can learn more about the rules and responsibilities put on the students, the businesses and school's instructors for CMC's internship program. Most basically, every internship must provide a learning experience for the student, according to professor Robert Cartelli.
While internships are focused on student learning, CMC also has a new service leadership program that puts the focus on what a student, typically an upper-level pupil, might be able to do.
Service leadership projects can be for any number of local agencies and organizations and take many different forms. The idea is to have students go out into the community, put their skills to work and take on a service project.
For more about CMC's internship or service leadership programs, call Cartelli at 970-989-1329 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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