• Career and Technical Education Internship

    Internships provide a great opportunity for students to "try out" a profession before they spend money to major in it. It will also give a student work experince to put on his/her resume and teach some valuable soft skills for the next job.

    The internship process is not a difficult one. Students must tell their counselor and fill out an application then give it to Katie Tuttle, Career Development Coordinator in Guidance, or emailing completed applications to ektuttle@wsfcs.k12.nc.us. Students are responsible for finding their own employer. They may be paid or unpaid. Usually students work during one period of the school day, for a total of 135 hours for the semester. 

    Email Mrs. Tuttle at ektuttle@wsfcs.k12.nc.us if you have questions.

Last Modified on August 28, 2021