Provide A Student Internship
What is an Internship?
Internships have the primary goal of providing students supervision and a chance to learn while contributing to your organization’s needs!
- Internships can be paid, or unpaid, yet
rewarded, and can be found in corporate and private businesses, government agencies
and non-profit organizations.
- The participating students must work for an employer or
agency for 120 hours or more, ensuring that students graduate high school with
greater understanding and connection to colleges and careers.
- To assist our program participants, the District will
provide student intern participants with basic accident insurance. This
policy, purchased through Nationwide Insurance, will provide coverage of up to
$25,000 for a student while participating in the internship program. Please
review a summary of the policy that is provided by clicking here.
If you wish to obtain additional insurance coverage, please contact your local
Pictured above: Thomas Riley Artisans Guild hosts a Naples High School Academy of Engineering Student for a summer internship.
How do I get started?
Review the Employers Manual for Internships Complete the online registration and application:
Registration includes your contact information, your company information, a proposed job description, etc.
Your submission will be reviewed by CCPS Staff, you will receive confirmation that your internship will be posted Student application process begins and interviews will follow
For additional information contact Courtney Stahlman at StahlC@collierschools.com
- Internships can be paid, or unpaid, yet rewarded, and can be found in corporate and private businesses, government agencies and non-profit organizations.